U.S. Farm Report
Known as “the fastest man in the world of sausage,” Corey Winder tries to break the world record for number of sausages made in 60 seconds – he’s waiting for the results.
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue visited Grimmway Farms recently, touring a carrot facility and hearing about some of the pressures that produce growers face.
Despite hurricanes slamming cotton growing regions in the U.S., analysts forecasts ample cottonseed supplies in 2018.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s proposed 2018-19 budget has added funds supporting the state’s citrus industry.
As modern farm equipment gets larger and more complex, farmers are discovering they need to expand their tool inventory and shop accessories to tackle basic maintenance and repairs.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Department of the Army (the agencies) are proposing to amend the effective date of the 2015 rule defining “waters of the United States.”
Colin Woodall of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association says the threat of the Trump Administration withdrawing from NAFTA and KORUS is very real on today's AgriTalk.
Hammered by Hurricane Irma, Florida citrus growers are being allowed to pack smaller oranges this season in the hopes of recouping some lost sales.
Wal-Mart e-commerce sales are up 50% from the third quarter in 2016, helping boost overall sales 4.2% to $123.2 billion.
A group of agricultural groups, including glyphosate manufacturer Monsanto, are joining together to challenge California’s listing glyphosate as a substance “known to the state of California to cause cancer."