Apr. 17, 2014 – TAMPA, Fla. — We invite you to read the latest edition of “U.S. Agriculture: Outlook” online. This year’s issue features more than a dozen articles covering a wide range of topics, including: current policies, beef cattle, agriculture exports, innovations in technology and farm equipment, a discussion on the shift to next-generation farmers, and the significance of land-grant universities, to name a few. Outlook is also intended to educate consumers about their food source, inspire urban growers, and give a voice to the nation’s farmers.
The digital version of U.S. Agriculture Outlook magazine is available to read online by following this link: http://issuu.com/faircountmedia/docs/usag14.
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About U.S. Agriculture: Outlook
U.S. Agriculture: Outlook, an annual publication that offers a comprehensive overview of how the U.S. Department of Agriculture aims to “provide leadership on food, agriculture, natural resources, and related issues based on sound public policy, the best available science, and efficient management.” With insights from public officials and industry leaders, U.S. Agriculture looks at how industry and academia work hand in hand with the USDA to provide agile services that expand and develop alternative markets for agricultural products and activities; enhance and protect the nation’s food supply; deliver nutrition education and food assistance; and protect and manage public and private lands.
About the World Agriculture Network
WorldAgNetwork.com is a website dedicated to the advancement of global agriculture objectives, delivering in-depth coverage of agriculture initiatives around the world.WorldAgNetwork.com provides insight into the people, programs, and technologies that will feed the world for decades to come. Born out of the success of Faircount Media Group’s publication U.S. Agriculture Outlook, WorldAgNetwork.com is designed to stimulate discussion and facilitate the exchange of public opinion amongst industry members to identify the current state and future challenges of agriculture and agribusiness around the globe.