Registration deadline is coming up soon on Feb. 19 for the National Junior Swine Association's National Youth Leadership Conference in Raleigh, N.C.
The waiting game continues for the North Carolina pork industry as the three judges for the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Va., now have 90 days to
North Carolina farmers will be watching how the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit listens to, discusses and decides the first nuisance case against Murphy-Brown, a subsidiary of
Crops in Florida were spared but Hurricane Dorian was still poised to dump big rains in coastal regions of the Carolinas on Sept. 5-6.
Global sweet potato promotion is growing southern U.S. sweet potato exports.
The USDA has filed an administrative complaint against sweet potato company Southern Produce Distributors, Faison, N.C., alleging the company failed to pay $3.49 million to produce sellers.
North Carolina’s new water quality requirements for large hog farms will not take effect this year as intended under the state Senate’s proposed budget plan. A one-year delay is needed