PSPA Members Visits Seven Stars & Wyebrook Farms

In the past farmers and their crop and livestock products were closely linked to the consumers of their products. Most farmers today now supply food processors and marketing organizations so there are many steps between farm and fork. It is … Continued

Farming Notes for April 2017

Thanks to PSPA member Duncan Allison for providing his Farming Notes for this month.  Great information for everyone! Optimism – Perhaps it was the prospect of regulatory changes that significantly affected farmers when they contributed to the recent Progressive Farming … Continued

PSPA at the Philly Farm and Food Fest

The Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture had a great day on Saturday, April 8, at the Philly Farm and Food Fest held at the Philadelphia Convention Center. Several members spent the day interacting with visitors to the Fest and sharing … Continued

Professor Richard Roush presented to PSPA on April 6

Professor Richard Roush, Dean, College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State University kept a packed house attentive to his outstanding presentation highlighting the implications of GM crops for climate change, conservation of soil and water resources, and feeding the growing world. … Continued

Farming Notes – March 2017

Thanks to Duncan Allison for our latest installment of Farming Notes. A great read with lots of important information below. Federal – New Secretary of Agriculture – Sonny Perdue seemed to sail through his questioning. He is very aware he … Continued

Senators Quiz USDA Head Nominee

 Ag Chairman Calls for Quick Committee Vote to Advance Sonny Perdue’s Nomination. (Washington, D.C) – Sonny Perdue, President Donald Trump’s nominee for Agriculture secretary, seemed to reassure every senator on every issue during his confirmation hearing Thursday, and Senate Agriculture … Continued