2 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
Without even thinking, Joe Ortner rattles off a list of items on his family's dairy farm that could kill you: 1,000 gallons of diesel, 500 gallons of gas, cleaning chemicals in the milking parlour, oil and lubricant for repair work and a 6-foot-deep manure pond in which you could drown.
8 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald
The European Union has approved restrictions on three pesticides to better protect dwindling bee populations, to enter into force by December.
10 hrs ago | WOWT-TV Omaha
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey says growers are hopeful for a bountiful crop of spring produce that could begin showing up at farmers markets soon.
A magnitude 5.7 earthquake hit Northern California Thursday night that was widely felt across the region, but there were no reports of serious damage.
The remains of King Richard III, which were discovered under a city car park, were found in a hastily dug, untidy grave, researchers have revealed.
Shoppers in the U.S. will soon have more information about where their meat comes from after new federal labeling rules went into effect Thursday.
Canada said Thursday that it is considering retaliatory measures against the United States in a dispute over meat-labeling rules that Ottawa and the World Trade Organization consider discriminatory.
Sweden has long been a bastion of generous social welfare and an egalitarian political culture.
The amendment by Vermont independent Sen. Bernie Sanders tried to clarify that states can require the labels.
A new study has determined for the first time just how quickly frogs and other amphibians are disappearing around the United States.
NEW YORK - For decades, people have been getting rid of cockroaches by setting out bait mixed with poison.
Gov. Jerry Brown is set to continue his climate change charge, joining scientists releasing a 20-page call to action on environmental problems including pollution, extinctions and population growth.
The farm state of Michoacan is burning. A drug cartel that takes its name from an ancient monastic order has set fire to lumber yards, packing plants and passenger buses in a medieval-like reign of terror.
The Multi-Materials Stewardship Board will be partnering with volunteer fire departments in rural communities across the province, as well as the City of Corner Brook and the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay, to provide people a convenient way to properly dispose of household hazardous waste.