Farming

CDC Suicide Report Retracted
Q2 reports that a widely cited study of suicide rates for different occupations in the U.S. has been retracted as it may contain flawed conclusions. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention produced the 2016 study that showed the “farming, fishing and forestry” occu…
MSU Economist Bullish on GMOs
Retired Montana State University economist Gary Brester says U.S. farms are producing more food per acre because of genetically modified crops than farmers in Europe where genetically modified organism are banned. Brester told attendees at the Montana Farm Bureau Federation convention in Billings th…