Daryll Ray

Daryll
Ray
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Plants with desirable pharmaceutical compounds
For most farmers, the mention of biotech crops brings to mind Bt corn and cotton and herbicide resistant soybeans. The
Column: More checkoff lawsuits ahead
To listen to some of the comments that have been made since the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the beef checkoff, it
Environmental groups want farm bill input
On April 18, 2005, released an article by Sally Schuff that identified a number of non-traditional special interests
United Nations' strength lies in trade rules
Driving through the countryside during the late 1950s and the 1960s, it was not uncommon to see a billboard proclaiming
Agriculture: A countries' rights issue?
International agricultural interests have sorted themselves into two polar extremes. One group believes fiercely in
Variables establish compensation for contracting producers
Contracting in U.S. production agriculture has grown by leaps and bounds over recent decades. At one time, contracting
How to compensate producers who contract production
Contracting in U.S. production agriculture has grown by leaps and bounds over recent decades. At one time, contracting
BSE worries complicate opening doors to Canada's cattle
The Dec. 29, 2004, announcement by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) of the decision to recognize
Grain organizations want fewer CRP acres
The USDA recently released a report, The Conservation Reserve Program: Economic Implications for Rural America, in
Does corn market prices signal that we need fewer CRP acres?
With 22.2 million acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) up for renewal in 2007 and 2008, the USDA
Devolution: A desirable revolution or impossible solution
In our recent column we gave an overview of a USDA report titled, A Consideration of the Devolution of Federal
Cotton trade dispute ruling reports: U.S. must make changes
The World Trade Organization Disputes Panel has released the final report on Brazil's complaint against the U.S. cotton
Can agriculture's energy emphasis spark a new farm policy?
What a difference a few months make. A little over six months ago, corn and soybean prices were the highest they had
Biodiesel, ethanol and biomass all now needed
The high prices that many of us are paying at the pumps these last several months is a reminder of the importance of
WTO framework approved
In a marathon negotiating session during the last week of July 2004, the WTO General Council approved a framework
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