North Dakota's attorney general says a lawsuit challenging the state's anti-corporate farming law is so vague that his office can't even respond to it.
Dairy farmers and environmentalists are criticizing new manure-control rules the Washington Department of Ecology plans to finalize early next year.
Forage sorghums are used by cattle producers for summer grazing or harvested for hay.
Fans of the Cleveland Cavaliers now have a new way to savor the team's NBA title.
Successful hay storage is essential to provide high quality feedstuffs to ensure desired performance from livestock forages while deterring economic loss from unwanted hay storage fires. The predominant reason that heating or fires occurs in hay is because of excessive moisture in the plant residue when it is baled or stacked for long term storage.
Dairy Farmers of America climbs to #4, while Land O’ Lakes Falls from the rankings.
The water levels of eastern Idaho's massive aquifer continue to plummet. To combat the troubling trend, state officials have proposed setting up an East Snake Plain Aquifer groundwater management area.
Federal officials have fined a south-central Idaho dairy for the death of a worker who drowned in a waste pond earlier this year.
Proper hoof and leg conformation of cattle entering feedlots are a critical component in profitability and consumer trust.
With USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack on Hillary Clinton's vice presidential shortlist, AgDay looks back to his early days on the job and his priorities at USDA.
A government report shows South Dakota dairy farms increased milk production in June compared to last year.
Six major farm organizations have declared that property tax reform, instead of a constitutional protection for a "right to farm," should be the main priority for keeping agriculture in Nebraska strong.
A government report shows milk production in North Dakota during the quarter running April through June was up 4 percent from the previous year.
The Holstein beef market is an integral part of the beef supply chain.
One of the most viewed displays at the Iowa State Fair will peer into the future and celebrate the past at the same time as the popular butter sculpture exhibit features characters from the "Star Trek" television series.
A Wisconsin farm family has opened its barn doors to let urban children get hands-on experience showing dairy cattle.
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Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is reportedly being considered as a potential vice presidential candidate on presumed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s ticket.
Developing a plan now alerts you to where feed inventories might fall short.