An updated trade deal has sharper teeth to help Virginia farmers bite into the North American market.
The increased visibility and availability of Virginia’s Cooperative Wildlife Damage Management Program has led to an increased dependence on the program among farmers.
Virginia’s farmers have a vested interest in being good stewards of the land and water. And they want to partner with the commonwealth to meet its water quality goals.
Four Virginia young farmers took top honors in the American Farm Bureau Federation Young Farmers & Ranchers competitions at the organization’s annual convention Jan. 18-20.
Virginia now ranks 4th in the U.S. for aquaculture sales, which topped $112 million in 2018.