The EPA announced recently that it wants to put an end to the "myth" that it plans to regulate farm dust. According to published reports, in letters to two senators last week, Administrator Lisa Jackson said that the agency wouldn't expand its current air quality standards to include dust created by agriculture. Here are Dave Kanicki's thoughts on the subject:
Conversations in Ag
Farm Equipment editors sat down with individuals touching various aspects of agriculture — among them dealers, farmers, manufacturers, economists and consultants — to moderate conversations about the biggest issues impacting the farm equipment industry.