U.S. Farm Report
The stakes are high for the U.S. poultry sector, which exports products worth more than $1 billion a year to Mexico.
Research by the Center for Food Integrity finds a dangerous disconnect between consumers and food industry stakeholders.
U.S. cattlemen fear the U.S. backing out of the Trans Pacific Partnership was a "missed opportunity" to gain access to foreign markets.
The federal government is back up and running Tuesday after being closed for the weekend as Democrats and Republicans came together for a short-term spending bill, but the immigration issue is still front and center.
The government shut down is over, at least until Feb. 8, and during the stalemate over the weekend, visitors were enjoying the nation’s national parks.
Dairy herd expansion looks to have ended with the first downturn in nearly two years.
In the late 1800s and early 1900s a disease termed cattle fever caused enormous economic losses to the cattle industry.
Soybean Market Gets Jittery Over China After Solar Panel Tariffs
A new coalition, American for Farmers and Families, representing farmers, suppliers, refiners, transporters, retailers and consumers are speaking out to preserve and modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Farmers For Free Trade, a non-profit group comprised of several commodity groups, released a new study called The NAFTA Withdrawal Tax.