Farmers are getting as much as 40 Canadian cents (32 U.S. cents) a pound for certain varieties of lentils, almost twice as much as a year ago.
Next spring you'll be glad if you spend time analyzing this year's planter performance.
Tucson, Ariz.-based Western Meat Company is recalling some of its ground beef due to possible E. coli.
Companies that make fuel from corn stalks or landfill gas say a federal program designed to help them has a loophole that is discouraging buyers.
Federal, state and local governments will see immediate impacts to their vector control programs for control of invasive weeds, plus West Nile Virus and other mosquito-borne illnesses, according to Aaron Hobbs, RISE president.
Testing bulls for reproductive health is even more important now for beef cattle producers because feeder calves are expected to generate record prices this fall, a Purdue University veterinary scientist says.
Happy National Burger Day! A whole day dedicated to American’s love affair with a beef patty and bun.
Cattle feeding margins remain low, farm tours MTV style, and leather is threatened by declining beef production.
An agreement between two Kentucky processors and a large food distributor is opening up a much-needed market for Appalachian beef cattle.
Last week saw dramatic improvement in cattle feeding margins, yet triple-digit losses remain.
See where the magic happens at Klingenberg Farms, home to the trombone playing and parody singing Kansas farmer Derek Klingenberg.
Flagship Ventures has partnered with Bayer CropScience to invest in agriculture startups and create innovative companies to solve food production problems.​
Proper soil sampling depth is critical for pasture soil testing.
The IARC is about to issue another one of its ridiculous reports on carcinogens—and it’s most likely going to say that one of the safest crop-protection products ever made is a “probable” cause of cancer in people. Don’t believe the hype, and here's why...
Chinese imports of dairy products continue to fall below year-earlier levels, and U.S. product has been replaced by powders from New Zealand.
Stripe rust has hit Kansas with a vengeance, and that does not bode well for the nation’s hard red winter wheat crop.
The Oklahoma National Guard has helped a Muskogee County rancher help feed his cattle that were stranded by recent flooding.
Less than 1 percent of U.S. corn and soybeans, the main ingredients for chicken feed, are certified as organic.
Reduced cattle production and beef consumption has been negatively impacting the leather industry.
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