"The Dish" by Andrew Friedman shows just how many steps the phrase "farm to table" skips.
After a cold spring and unseasonably hot and dry summer, Patrick Smith of Yakima is seeing some abnormalities in when his crops mature.
The storm was the fifth costliest in U.S. history, damaging orange trees in Lake Placid, Florida.
We visit a farm in Georgia that sells 60 percent of their nuts to China.
Farmers want to see reform to the H-2A visas program, that allows foreign agricultural laborers to work legally in the U.S.
Farmers, in particular those producing grain, are struggling, thanks mostly to low commodity prices amid a global grain glut.
Even as the number of farms in the U.S is decreasing, FFA is growing strong
Agricultural workers are marching across the state to demand better working conditions.