Kathleen Masterson http://knau.org en Two Sides Prepare For Vote On Genetically Modified Labeling In Calif. http://knau.org/post/two-sides-prepare-vote-genetically-modified-labeling-calif This November, voters in California will decide whether the state should require labels on foods with genetically engineered ingredients. If the initiative, known as Proposition 37, passes, manufacturers would have to say somewhere on the front or the back of the food's packaging if the product contains or may contain genetically engineered ingredients. <br /> Thu, 30 Aug 2012 22:35:00 +0000 Kathleen Masterson 19519 at http://knau.org Two Sides Prepare For Vote On Genetically Modified Labeling In Calif. California Dairy Farmers Split Over Milk Payments In Farm Bill http://knau.org/post/california-dairy-farmers-split-over-milk-payments-farm-bill California is known as the land of fruits and nuts, but it also happens to be the country's <a href="http://www.californiadairypressroom.com/Press_Kit/Dairy_Industry_Facts">largest</a> milk-producing state. Thu, 21 Jun 2012 18:14:00 +0000 Kathleen Masterson 15813 at http://knau.org California Dairy Farmers Split Over Milk Payments In Farm Bill Ag-Gag Law Blows Animal Activists' Cover http://knau.org/post/ag-gag-law-blows-animal-activists-cover After a series of videos revealing apparent cruel treatment of farm animals went viral, Iowa has made it a crime for people to misrepresent themselves to gain access to a farm. The so-called "Ag-Gag" law targets undercover animal rights activists who secretly take videos. Sat, 10 Mar 2012 17:45:00 +0000 Kathleen Masterson 10512 at http://knau.org Ag-Gag Law Blows Animal Activists' Cover Storing Grain Can Aid Farmers In Commodity Pricing http://knau.org/post/corn-storage-helps-farmers-commodities-market Transcript <p>STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: <p>American farmers depend on the commodities market. The smallest change in the price of grain can increase their profit, or wipe it out. Corn farmers have done well in recent years, and some are using the cash in an effort to make themselves into players on the commodities market. They're investing in big grain bins, allowing them to hold on to their harvest until they get the price they want. Mon, 06 Feb 2012 09:00:00 +0000 Kathleen Masterson 8660 at http://knau.org