University of Nebraska is projecting lower farm prices and economic growth in the Cornhusker State.
See all of the report data, coverage and analysis of USDA's Dec. 12 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) and Crop Production reports.
Officials schedule meetings to discuss bovine TB discoveries
Northern U.S. gets cold in a La Nina, while the South warms.
One cow is dead after hundreds were turned loose from a Maine dairy farm.
Pruitt has fought to block EPA’s climate rules under Obama. He has also challenged the agency’s water and smog measures.
More rules in Vermont are hoped to prevent farm runoff into Lake Champlain.
Popularity of milk alternatives comes at a time when dairy industry is struggling with falling milk prices.
Supply is currently outpacing demand. If that continues hay prices will remain relatively the same.
October Margin Protection Program results were released by USDA this week.
U.S. net farm income is expected to drop for a third consecutive year in 2016, sinking 17.2 percent to $66.9 billion due largely to weak returns for livestock, dairy and poultry farms, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Wednesday.
Little appetite seen for action on undocumented people in U.S.
California officials have there finger pointed at dairy cows for emissions they say cause global warming.
Multistate outbreak of drug-resistant Salmonella Heidelberg infections linked to contact with dairy bull calves.
Some Cubans fondly remember Castro for his personal involvement in the daily problems of individual citizens, while others say he created a leader-dependent autocracy that remains virtually immobile without direct commands from the president.
New York farmers could receive tax breaks for donating harvested crops to food banks.
Labor market reforms could both improve the North American Free Trade Agreement and help address U.S. concerns about illegal immigration from Mexico, a senior Mexican official said.
Oppressive dry spells lasting at least two decades have gripped the Southwest before, but scientists said future megadroughts would be hotter and more severe, putting a strain on water resources.
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