The number of plaintiffs suing to abolish North Dakota's anti-corporate farming law has expanded and now includes people and companies with ties to four U.S. states and a former Soviet republic.
Kentucky's U.S. Senate candidates differed sharply on federal farm policies Thursday, offering the most substantive policy discussion of the campaign in a race that so far has focused more on Rand Paul's presidential aspirations and Jim Gray's tenure as mayor of the state's second-largest city.
‘Global milk prices remain at unrealistically low levels’
A 19-year-old college student from southeastern Minnesota has been crowned the 63rd Princess Kay of the Milky Way.
U.S. Bites Into Cheese Mountain With Stockpile Purchase (1)
USDA's $20 million cheese buy still lower than industry recommendations ranging from $50 million to $150 million.
French farmers are occupying an intersection outside the headquarters of dairy giant Lactalis and crying for help as they struggle to compete with cheaper countries in Europe's single market.
Metritis is an inflammation of the uterus after calving, characterized by an enlarged uterus with an abnormal, foul-smelling vaginal discharge and usually accompanied by other systemic signs of disease such as fever, loss of appetite or drop in milk yield.
An animal welfare organization is urging New York state to end a longstanding milk promotion at the upcoming state fair.
Plastic is unsustainable and doesn’t work well. Now there’s a new kind of wrapper that won’t kill the planet—and tastes good.
The diagnosis of bovine tuberculosis in a wild deer in southeast Indiana this week is prompting warnings for cattle owners and hunters in Ohio.
California's state Senate on Monday revived a bill that would make the state the first in the United States to give farmworkers the same overtime pay as people who work in other industries, a last-ditch effort to reverse a nearly 80-year-old practice of exempting field hands from wage rules.
Dairy budgets calculated by Robert Tigner, a University of Nebraska Extension dairy educator, shows improving bottom lines for dairy farmers in the Western Corn Belt.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says milk production in South Dakota during July was up 6 percent from the previous year.
The frequency of feed delivery influences a dairy cow’s eating behavior.
The United States Department of Agriculture reported this afternoon that July milk production was up 1.4%, continuing a trend that has run unabated all year.
New Zealand dairy crisis spurs debate over Fonterra’s strategy, while approximately 80% of Kiwi dairy farmers are operating at a loss.
Path to farm ownership in New Zealand jeopardized by downturn.
Cattle can now be transported from California without a bovine tuberculosis (TB) test.