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The 2009 ARRA reauthorizes the Trade Adjustment Assistance for Farmers Program
USDA Office of the Chief Economist provides monthly WASDE reports
NIFA accepting BFRDP applications
USDA issues final rule on mandatory country of origin labeling
Ag Law Community of Practice develops compilation of agricultural legal education resources on wind energy.
The MarketMaker interactive database connects food producers to new markets, and promotes the development of quality driven food supply chains.
A publication by the Western Extension Marketing Committee helps agricultural producers make smart decisions about branding and certification programs.
The recent boom in ethanol and biofuels production and the importance of corn as a source of ethanol will continue to have a major effect on U.S. agriculture.
A new series of fact sheets discusses the economic aspects of alternative marketing arrangements for livestock and meat.
Nebraska Beef Marketing Web site helps producers understand the Processed Verified Program and the Quality Systems Assessment program.
NIFA supports many programs that enhance the competitiveness of American agriculture and the competitiveness and sustainability of rural and farm economies.
The USDA's Outlook Forum Diversity Program created a new opportunity for agencies and organizations to sponsor students at the 2007 Agricultural Outlook Forum.
The Current Research Information System database details NIFA-funded marketing research and education projects.
A new report highlights successful agriculture economics programs at land-grant institutions.
Land-grant universities provide economic analyses to the fast-growing nursery and floriculture industries.
World Trade Organization trade agreements are likely to have major impacts on the U.S. agricultural sector.
Land-grant university extension faculty and county-level extension educators offer a broad portfolio of marketing information and outreach.
Direct marketing, where agricultural producers sell products directly to consumers, including individuals, restaurants, and others, is a rising phenomenon.
More than 800 NIFA-funded marketing-related research projects range in focus from market efficiency to price risk management and consumer welfare.
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Last Updated: March 21, 2013
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