Tyson Foods is warning that millions of pounds of meat could "disappear."
Filing for bankruptcy doesn't necessarily mean you’re giving up on farming.
In troubled trade times, anything to bring business to the farm.
Growers are racing to plant corn, soybeans and wheat before it's too late.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics monthly report doesn't count jobs down on the farm. We explain why.
Farmers have been relying on the high value of their land to get them through years of low commodity prices
Land accounts for 80 percent of farm assets according to the Department of Agriculture. So farmers are using their land as collateral to face low commodity prices, but the amount of production that farmers need to service their debt is rising. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
The House Agriculture Committee considers the Farm Bill today. The bill includes funding for crop insurance, the federal program that protects farmers from swings in crop yields, and prices. If insurance is cut back, that could be a problem should China makes good on its latest tariff threats. Click the audio player above to hear […]
Since 2016 Detroit has gained more than 22 new large scale gardens and farms. As these new farmers put down roots, some wonder what the future of urban agriculture will look like there.
Listener Grant Cohoe says he's "not a fan of mint" and asks: "Why it is that mint is so ubiquitous in toothpaste, mouthwash and the like?"
But food coming from a prison isn't necessarily a selling point.