Monthly Archives: April 2000

Filling A Thriving India’s Emerging Food Gap

Dennis T. Avery India’s Future Farm Production Potential Is Constrained, Meaning The Country Will Soon Be Hungry For Farm Imports CHURCHVILLE, Va.-Indian consumers will demand another 200 million tons of grain a year by 2020, if India’s economy keeps growing … Continue reading

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A Privileged Few Protest Food Technology

Dennis T. Avery It May Be Ego-Satisfying To “Save The World” By Parading In The Streets, But It Won’t Feed Anyone WASHINGTON-The streets of the nation’s capital are full of affluent white anti-capitalists, protesting globalization and such modern technologies as … Continue reading

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Praising The Gas Engine On Earth Day

Dennis T. Avery Henry Ford’s Gas-Powered Tractor Has Saved Millions of Acres of Wildlands and Made America More Livable CHURCHVILLE, Va.-Time magazine is publishing a special Earth Day issue, with Ford Motor Co. the exclusive sponsor, emphasizing the pledge of … Continue reading

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Fixing the US Crop Insurance Program for Farmers

Dave Juday Farmers Will Suffer If Co-Ops And Associations Continue To Be BERRYVILLE, Va.–The U.S. Congress is putting the finishing touches on legislation to reform the federal crop insurance program. The House passed such a measure last year and the … Continue reading

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Nitrogen Fertilizer is the Solution, Not the Problem

Dennis T. Avery Champion Corn Grower Proves High-Yield Farming Can Feed the World While Leaving More Land for Nature CHURCHVILLE, Va.-Francis Childs of Manchester, Iowa, became the world’s all-time champion corn grower last year, with a record yield of 394 … Continue reading

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