America’s farmers and ranchers are not the only ones that benefit from the farm bill
When it comes to the credibility of food news and information, truth is relative, according to new research from The Center for Food Integrity.
The extension provides farmers an opportunity to continue their engagement with the FDA to consider the best approach for implementation.
Interest in local agriculture has inspired many homeowners to keep backyard chickens, goats and other livestock in residential areas where neighbors are far more comfortable with dogs and cats.
Twitter is a handy source of information and expressing ideas, but making decisions based on it is not always a good idea.
The seeded commercial harvest and retail sales only add up to about 8%, meaning seedless watermelon makes up for 92% of all watermelon sales. Seedless watermelon is hugely popular in the United States and it is here to stay!
Milk production takes a significant hit during times of high heat due to animal stress.
the Washington Post brought together entrepreneurs, food industry executives, agriculture experts, economists and farmers to discuss how technology, science and new ideas are changing our modern food systems and shaping the future of what – and how – we eat
"Whether it's conventional or organic, I trust the quality of American grown produce."
Author and Environmental Defense Fund staffer Miriam Horn says farmers and ranchers are the starting point of conservation and good stewardship.