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The percentage of U.S. households with very low food security declined from 2009 to 2010.
Net farm income is forecast at $103.6 billion for 2011, up $24.5 billion for a rise of 31 percent from 2010.
The conferences focus on emerging research issues related to domestic food assistance and nutrition programs administered by USDA.
Trends in Mexican cattle feeding practices and how they could affect U.S. cattle and beef trade with Mexico.
Data reveal that the net expansion of corn and soybean acreage resulted from various factors.
Higher energy-related production costs would affect specific agricultural commodities differently.
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Food Spending Adjustments During Recessionary Times
Why Another Food Commodity Price Spike?
Rising Food Prices and Declining Food Security: Evidence From Afghanistan
Reducing Agriculture’s Nitrogen Footprint: Are New Policy Approaches Needed?
Do Farm Programs Encourage Native Grassland Losses?
Winner Takes (Almost) All: How WIC Affects the Infant Formula Market
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County-Level Unemployment and Median Household Income
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U.S. farmers to reap record income on 2011 crops
USDA reports high agricultural trade surplus for 2012 but a cut in 2011 corn exports
Do you live in a food desert?
September 9, 2011