Feedstuffs In Focus Global population could reach 11 billion by 2100Statistician Adrian Raftery of the University of Washington discusses a new U.N. study predicting a global population far larger than previously anticipated. Study: No correlation between RFS and food pricesJohn Urbanchuck of ABF Economics discusses the findings of a study examining linkages between U.S. ethanol policy and food price inflation. The laws and regulation behind genetically-enhanced cropsFaegre Bakers Daniel partner John Mandler, an expert in GMO law and litigation, discusses recent Supreme Court and USDA action on regulating these crops. USDA investigating genetically-engineered wheatU.S. Wheat Associates vice president of communications Steve Mercer discusses the ramifications of USDA's May 29 announcement. Ag retailers work toward nutrient stewardship certificationWith excess nutrient levels in bodies of water such as Lake Erie, fertilizer providers and applicators are working to implement best practices to solve the nutrient problem. Recapping the March stocks and plantings reportsUSDA found more corn, soybeans and wheat than the market expected; two economists discuss the extra bushels and 2013 planting intentions. Corn Refiners Association names a new presidentEditor Andy Vance visits with long-time D.C. policy expert and lobbyist John W. Bode about his new role, and about the policy challenges facing agriculture in hyper-partisan Washington. Vegan activists attack beef bloggerFeedstuffs Contributor Megan Brown talks with editor Andy Vance about her experiences as the target of a recent anti-meat blog campaign. Iowa launches farm animal care coalitionExecutive Director Denny Harding talks with editor Andy Vance about a newly-formed group offering on-farm welfare evaluations in Iowa. Analyzing the January USDA reportsWater Street Solutions grain markets analyst Arlan Suderman talks with editor Andy Vance about the WASDE and Crop Production estimates from USDA.