The Global Farmer Network is a non-profit advocacy group led by farmers who support free trade and farmers’ freedom to choose the tools, technologies, and strategies they need to maximize productivity and profitability in a sustainable manner.
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Amid the push against use of glyphosate and other crop protection projects, a Nigerian farmers talk about just how valuable these tools are.
Many people misunderstand crop protection. This guest post explains why such methods are so important when it comes to producing nutritious and affordable food.
Farmers in Zimbabwe and Iowa may be miles apart, but extreme weather has driven home the importance of preparedness and good infrastructure for both groups.
Tim Burrack talks about the hit his operation is taking due to mounting trade tensions between the U.S. and China.
Imagine if the average Chinese person were to consume just a single pound of U.S. beef per year.
A Canadian farmer's perspective on NAFTA.
By Bill Horan: Rockwell City, Iowa Please allow me to introduce the Global Farmer Network. Way back in 2015, we called ourselves Truth about Trade & Technology. Now it’s a new year and we have a new na
By Benjamin Olumuyiwa Adewumi: Oyo State, Nigeria “What’s the point of increasing my yield if most of it will rot anyway?” For farmers, that’s the voice of despair—and I often he
By John Rigolizzo: Berlin, New Jersey The Campbell Soup Company announced plans last week to label its products that rely on biotechnology—a development that Agri-Pulse calls “a landmark break from t
By Dr. Gilbert arap Bor: Kapseret, Kenya Around the world, farmers have planted almost 5 billion acres of genetically modified crops. Here in Kenya, we’re still waiting to plant our very first acre of c