7 Ag Stories You Might Have Missed This Week

7 Ag Stories You Might Have Missed This Week

How milk is made, GMO labeling, gluten-free diets, UAVs and 'repurposed' agriculture

Need to catch up? Here are some food, agriculture and farm stories you might have missed this week.

Growing under a roof. Shuttered Japanese tech factories find a second purpose - agriculture. Wall Street Journal

Fad or here to stay? Tolerance for gluten-free diets may be low. Washington Post

Taking it to the farm. EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy wears boots and jeans to address farmers' Waters of the U.S. questions. Farm Progress

Super banana. These GMO bananas could go the way of other biofortified crops, despite benefits. NPR

High in the sky. Unmanned aerial vehicle event tailored for farmers showcases service providers, UAV capabilities. (slideshow) Farm Industry News

How milk is made, GMO labeling, EPA's Waters of the U.S., gluten-free diets and 'repurposed' agriculture: 7 ag and food stories you might have missed this week.

Making access easy. Clever engineering makes this Canadian produce truck an attractive – and accessible – place to shop. The Globe and Mail

GMOs: Money, choice, and food safety. Catch the exclusive Farm Progress series on GMO labeling (Food Safety; Dollars Make a Difference; Farmer Reaction) and check back next week for part two.

And your bonus:

Hope for lost phones. If you've ever lost a phone in a grain bin, there may be hope to get it back. Today

Midwest dairy has a short informational video out this week called "Milk's Journey: 48 hours in 48 seconds." Check it out below.

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