Heavy rain and melting snow have brought historic flooding to parts of the Midwest. Around 200 miles of Missouri River levees in Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri and Kansas have been compromised, according to the Associated Press, and flood warnings are still…
Grazing fees on public lands were dropped to the lowest amount allowed under federal law.
“Beginning” farmers operate a quarter of U.S. farms, according to the USDA.
Government shutdown 2019
Between unresolved tariffs and a partial government shutdown, it's a tough moment for American farmers.
As of this week, there are some tariffs around the world that are falling. Six Pacific Rim nations, including Japan, Australia and Mexico, are lowering tariffs for a number of products and services, with five other countries set to join…
National climate change report says the business of farming could dramatically change if global warming isn’t addressed.
Cider sales in the U.S. have grown over the past decade. But some cider makers say the the market still isn’t valuing their product for what it’s worth.
Consumers are paying more for iceberg lettuce and other leafy greens.
The state provides most of the nation's fresh supply; Florence wiped out 20 percent of the crop.
To blunt the pain of tariffs, the government is buying more than $1 billion in surplus food. Much of that will go to food banks.