Conservative political commentator Tomi Lahren is speaking out about Country-of-Origin-Labeling again.
A panel of farmers stressed in importance of crop insurance, trade, conservation and other programs during a recent Senate hearing.
Agriculture industry hopes Trump administration doesn’t forget about exports when making America great.
A bull that apparently escaped from a slaughterhouse has led police on a wild chase through New York City streets.
A proposal in Nebraska is seeking to reduce property taxes.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says there were 500 fewer farms in Iowa last year and the average farm size rose slightly but the amount of total land in farms remained at 30.5 million acres.
A lesson for Trump on consequences of America-first measures?
The federal Department of Agriculture has reposted inspection reports on certain animal testing labs on its website after a decision two weeks ago to remove a large online database of animal welfare records prompted complaints.
Discriminating diners may willingly shell out for premium product, but it’s always nice to know what, exactly, you’re paying for. Here’s a peek behind the scenes at what goes into raising the animals that are destined to become some of the most luxurious ingredients in the world.
Donald Trump is moving quickly to dismantle seven decades of American policy built on trade deals and multinational alliances that help fuel the U.S. and global economies.
The Food and Drug Administration rule change – the veterinary feed directive – prohibits farmers from including medically important antibiotics in livestock feed without veterinary oversight.
HumaneWatch challenges the Humane Society of the United States on its message of misinformation regarding antibiotics resistance in livestock.
EU farm aid no longer offsets slump from EU’s Russia sanctions.
U.S. pork and beef exports wrapped up an excellent 2016 performance with very strong December results
Witness testimony is beginning in Las Vegas for six defendants accused of taking up arms to stop a federal roundup of cattle near Nevada cattleman Cliven Bundy's ranch in April 2014.
Shinzo Abe, Japan’s Prime Minister, traveled to the U.S. late last week. This comes after President Donald Trump shot down the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP)—a deal many in agriculture believe would have opened up doors to U.S. trade between 12 countries on the Pacific rim, including Japan.
A proposed bill in New York classifying farm dogs as "livestock" has been withdrawn.
A jury in Las Vegas heard competing narratives Thursday about six men accused of illegally wielding weapons to block a federal roundup of cattle near states' rights advocate Cliven Bundy's Nevada ranch in April 2014.
Since the beginning of the year, the national drought picture has dramatically improved, but there are still problem areas in parts of the central and southern Plains.
See all of the report data, coverage and analysis of USDA's Feb. 9 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report.
Rural Wisconsin voters await economic revival in a part of now pro-Trump America.
A federal judge in Nevada is considering crucial rulings about what jurors will hear in the trial of six defendants accused of stopping U.S. agents at gunpoint from rounding up cattle near Cliven Bundy's ranch in April 2014.
The Agriculture Department says "adjustments may be made" in its decision to remove animal welfare inspection reports, enforcement records and other information about the treatment of animals from its website.
Shares of chicken producers fall after disclosure of subpoena. Tyson also raised fiscal 2017 earnings target on beef and pork.
Jury selection began Monday in Nevada for the federal trial of six defendants accused of taking arms against federal agents herding cattle off public land near Nevada cattleman and states' rights advocate Cliven Bundy's ranch in April 2014.
Property tax reforms in Nebraska could help farmers, but not as much as some groups want.
The Cattle Industry Convention has wrapped up another year of sharpening its focus on 2017.
Volatile cattle markets have impacted the industry over the past year. To help the situation, industry leaders have tried to shorten the trading hours and address high frequency trading. A group of cattle operators are doing business a different way in an open cash market with an online live auction.
A deal disclosed Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017, will allow the mass slaughter of hundreds of wild bison migrating from Yellowstone National Park, while sparing 25 animals that American Indian tribes want to start new herds.