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Harrington's Sort and Cull
Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Mon Feb 2, 2015 12:29 PM CST

Farmers and agribusinesses must adapt to manage the warmer temperatures that will come from climate change.

But farmers shouldn't be allowed to help mitigate climate change by producing crops for biofuels.

That's the takeaway from some of the climate-related news for agriculture over the past couple of weeks. Farms, biofuels and livestock operations are increasingly under the microscope, being probed for inherent environmental flaws in producing feed, food, fiber and fuel.

Two weeks ago, the Risky Business Project released a new report. The project is essentially funded by a group of corporations and wealthy people looking to bring some rational ...

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