Farming and Agriculture on Townhall

Paul Driessen - Sat Apr 5

Victor Davis Hanson - Thu Feb 6

Paul Greenberg - Wed Feb 5

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. - Sat Dec 21

Rachel Alexander - Mon Sep 23

Steve Chapman - Sun Aug 25

Jonah Goldberg - Wed Jul 3

Chuck Norris - Tue Jun 4

Michael Gerson - Mon Apr 15

Since the Eisenhower administration, the United States generally has done food aid in a certain way: grow and pack it in America, ship it across the world on American-flagged ships, then deliver it through American charities, which sell a portion of the food to fund their other programs. ... more

Susan Brown - Tue Feb 5

What was it about the Dodge' commercial, "God Made a Farmer," that stirred the souls of so many Americans during the Superbowl? Maybe it was the imagery of the dirt and grit of real America, not the white-washed concrete meccas many of us call home. ... more

Angela Logomasini - Mon Dec 10

This year marked the 50th anniversary of biologist Rachel Carson’s 1962 book, Silent Spring. Although the anniversary is soon to become history as well, Carson’s impact promises to continue well into the future—and it’s not something to celebrate. ... more

Van Meter, IA - Tue Oct 9

As Romney calls for Congressional approval of regulations, he tells supporters, "I'm not letting the politicians off the hook." ... more

Paul Driessen - Mon May 21

Good for Wal-Mart! Despite intense pressure by anti-biotechnology activists, the retailing giant didn’t cave in to demands that it “reject” Monsanto’s genetically engineered (GE) sweet corn. ... more

Chuck Norris - Tue May 15

With Mother's Day right at our back, I want to address one of the most extreme overreaches by the federal government into American homes that I've seen in a long time. Then I want to call on my own 91-year-old mother, who was raised in rural Oklahoma and worked in cotton fields with her family during the Great Depression, to help set straight the rural farm and child labor record. ... more

Steve Chapman - Thu Feb 16

Factory farming and its abuses were once the province of an eccentric minority that invited ridicule and scorn. Agribusiness corporations could afford to ignore them. ... more

Washington, DC - Fri Nov 18

Farmers present to the Small Business Committee about how the EPA regulation directly impact farm growth and job creation. ... more

Victor Davis Hanson - Thu Jun 23

"Net farm income is expected in 2011 to reach its highest levels in more than three decades, as a rapidly growing and food-short world increasingly looks to the United States to provide it everything from soybeans and wheat to beef and fruit." ... more

Paul Gregory - Fri Jun 10

I thought that our esteemed and informed intelligentsia would be aware of the 1972 Club of Rome “Limits to Growth” debacle and Julian Simon’s winning bet with Paul Ehrlich in 1990. ... more