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Unethical practices of agrifood companies

American farmers are dying by suicide, eco-anxiety is on the rise, and agribusiness is at the center of this growing mental health crisis. For generations, and with great pride, family farmers have tended the same land as their great-great-grandparents, producing healthy food and caring for the environment by being good …

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Live Oak Bancshares – Consensus indicates upside potential of 27.1%

Live Oak Bancshares with ticker code (LOB) now have 4 total analysts covering the stock. The consensus rating is “Buy”. The target price varies between 80 and 67 by calculating the average target price that we see 73.25. Now, with the previous closing price of 57.64, this now indicates that …

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Updates from Effingham County Agricultural Service Center | Community

Eligibility of nominations for the 2021 Effingham LAA 1 County Committee election The Effingham County Farm Service Agency (FSA) County Committee is a vital part of FSA’s day-to-day operations and enables grassroots and local government input to our federal farm programs. The committees are made up of locally elected agricultural …

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USDA Provides Assistance to Texas Growers Affected by Drought | Business

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – June 2021 – The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) reminds ranchers and cattle ranchers in Texas that they may be eligible for financial assistance through the Forage Livestock Disaster Program (LFP) for 2021 pasture losses due to drought. The deadline for applying for 2021 help …

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On behalf of white farmers, Trump allies wage legal war on fairness

WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump are waging an increasingly intense proxy war on race and agriculture that could have much broader implications for the federal government’s ability to direct aid towards people of color. The fight centers on which farmers are getting help from taxpayers …

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USDA Provides Assistance to Drought Affected Texas Growers

College Station, Texas – The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) reminds ranchers and cattle ranchers in Texas that they may be eligible for financial assistance through the Forage Livestock Disaster Program (LFP) for 2021 pasture losses due to drought. The deadline for applying for 2021 help is January 31, …

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FAMU event educates black farmers on bailout | Events

USDA’s Monica Rainge (second from left) and FAMU President Dr Larry Robinson (center) joined other alumni at an educational event last week for black farmers. FAMU Last week, Monica Rainge, a Florida A&M University (FAMU) alumnus and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Assistant Under Secretary for Civil Rights, presented …

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The future of the Italian tourism industry

Wanted in Rome interviews Antonio Barreca, Managing Director of Federturismo, one of the key figures in the Italian travel and tourism industry. by Marco Venturini What is the current tourism situation in Italy? The health and economic crisis caused by the pandemic has had a dramatic impact on the tourism …

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We need a black bank to stop black people from begging – Nonkululeko Gobodo

Nonkululeko Gobodo says it’s time to engage the South African Reserve Bank on the high barriers to entry into the banking sector. Nonkululeko Gobodo says South Africa needs a black-owned bank to help fill the gap high barriers to entry into the banking sector. She says South Africa needs leadership …

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President Biden’s USDA Budget Cuts COVID Aid

President Biden’s USDA Budget Cuts COVID Aid While the Biden administration released its $ 6 trillion budget request to Congress for fiscal 2022, which includes the USDA budget, which proposes an increase in discretionary spending while the costs of its mandatory programs are expected to decline next year. President Joe …

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