Whole Foods Market Inc won the dismissal of a lawsuit by a well-known animal rights group that accused the grocery chain of deceiving consumers into believing the meat it sells is raised more humanely than normal, resulting in overcharges.
U.K. farm income tumbled by 29 percent last year as the country’s growers were hit by falling crop prices and lower subsidy payments, the government said.
Canada may delay implementing new restrictions on the use of foreign workers as farmers and meat processors warn of severe labor shortages in one of the world's biggest agricultural exporters, the employment minister said.
Whoever prevails in several toss-up races could impact key issues affecting farmers
Farmers and ranchers are relying upon operating loans to get through a year with a difficult forecast for farm income.
Units in Murray Goulburn Co-operative Ltd. fell to the lowest since they began trading last year after the Australian dairy group slashed its profit target by as much as 50 percent because of lower milk prices and a resilient Australian dollar.
USDA has refused to pay claims filed by two Idaho families who contend its pesticide treatment contaminated their crops and poisoned a cattle herd.
Billboards in 191 locations in 35 cities in 13 states went up on Earth Day and will be up through Mother’s Day claiming organically grown food is the only wholesome food to eat. The billboard message reads “Our families get better when they eat organic.”
On the edge of Belarus' Chernobyl exclusion zone, down the road from the signs warning "Stop! Radiation," a dairy farmer offers his visitors a glass of freshly drawn milk. Associated Press reporters politely decline the drink but pass on a bottled sample to a laboratory, which confirms it contains levels of a radioactive isotope at levels 10 times higher than the nation's food safety limits.
As the average age of farmers globally creeps higher and retirement looms, Japan has a solution: robots and driver-less tractors.
McDonald’s Corp.’s comeback is gaining steam, fueled by all-day breakfast, value deals and lower commodity prices.
What it takes for both high production and high fertility.
Nestle SA is eliminating artificial flavors and colors from some U.S. ice-cream products as the world’s biggest food company steps up efforts to remove additives from its portfolio.
A set of triplet heifers is doing well after being delivered at a dairy farm in western Michigan.
Why the country’s top Holstein herd is milking mostly crossbreds?
Culver’s “Scoops of Thanks Day” helps raise money for local or state FFA chapters or other agricultural organizations. Those who want to participate need to donate a minimum of $1 to receive the free custard.
Officials say a potential high-risk area for bovine tuberculosis has been designated in Michigan's northern Lower Peninsula.
4-H announces ambitious growth plan.
A small chocolate milk company wanted publicity touting the purported ability of its drink to help high school athletes recover from concussions to coincide with the Will Smith movie "Concussion," according to emails obtained by The Associated Press.