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Items Tagged with 'U.S. Department of Agriculture'
China’s losing half of its pig population to flu is another hit to the market.
Trade turbulence, wet weather and sick pigs have Michigan corn and soybean farmers struggling to raise a profit. Read More
Auto parts makers are more susceptible to supply chain disruptions.
The trade war between the world’s two largest economies has lasted for nearly one year and already has affected U.S industries and consumers, especially buyers and sellers of two items important in Michigan — soybeans and auto parts. Read More
Buying local, less environmental impact and hands-on adventure contribute to allure for younger generations.
Michigan produces the third-most Christmas trees in the nation and no state grows more varieties, according to tree experts. Read More
USDA Rural Development loans help growers with a variety of programs.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is an important source of capital and assistance in finding capital for many rural Michiganders, ranging from local government officials to farmers, factory owners and others in small business. Read More