A few years ago, things were going smoothly for Eric Neill and his family. Neill was making good money as a construction superintendent for a commercial contractor in Kansas City, traveling the country, running challenging job sites. But he wasnâ€™t satisfied.
Thanks to high commodity prices and surging productivity, U.S. farmers earned a net income of nearly $98 billion last year â€” a record, according to the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute.
This week:Â Harvest Public Media speaks with a University of Nebraska Educator who just returned from Afghanistan where he helped teach Afghanis farming techniques, and the FDA is looking to change the way Cephalosporins are used for animals. Â