A solar eclipse hasn't crossed the entire U.S. in nearly 100 years, and dairy processors and producers are preparing for the historic event that could bring an unusual amount of traffic.
Regulators in Missouri Wednesday rejected Clean Line Energy Partner’s proposed power line, the “Grain Belt Express,” that would carry wind power via high-voltage power lines across the state.
All eyes are on Washington D.C. this week as negotiations begin to “modernize” NAFTA, but getting on the same page will be step one.
Farmers across the Midwest are starting to see tip back in some of their corn fields.
North Dakota's largest livestock group and its biggest corn organizations have launched efforts to help ranchers devastated by a summer of drought.
John Duarte is a California farmer who took on the federal government and lost.
On New Zealand’s southern island a large dairy has been fined almost $42,000 (NZ$60,000) after pleading guilty to multiple charges of neglect that led to 193 cows being euthanized.
Is agriculture exempt from the permitting requirements of the Clean Water Act? Growers will have to wait a while longer for an answer to that question following a $1.1 million settlement in a landmark case this week.
On August 16, 1982, the average corn yield was 113 bushels per acre, Ronald Reagan was president, and AgDay made its debut.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt urges farmers and ranchers to submit official comments on the repeal of the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule before the Agency's deadline of Monday, Aug. 28, 2017.
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