6 min ago | The Star Online
An Indian man looks at the water splash from the tyres of a bus, as he walks with his bicycle through a water-logged road during a prolonged spell of pre-monsoon rain in Amritsar, India, 15 June 2013.
4 hrs ago | KSFY
The latest crop report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows Iowa's cornfields have been hit hard by the wet spring.
8 hrs ago | Seattle Times
Cold, wet weather forced farmers to delay their soybean planting this spring, keeping prices for the crop higher over the past two months.
10 hrs ago | Sunherald.com
"It's not something many people think about, but it takes a huge amount of resources to get food to our plates," says Dana Gunders, a scientist with the Natural Resources Defense Council.
14 hrs ago | WNEM-TV Saginaw
The Detroit News reports Monday that under legislation proposed earlier this year municipalities would have the option to create an ordinance allowing dogs in outdoor seating areas.
18 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News
Approval of a massive farm bill - and the cost of a gallon of milk - could hinge on a proposed new dairy program the House is expected to vote on this week.
Some mornings, Lara Collier dons rubber boots to walk the farm, snapping pictures of vegetables to share on social media and bundling bunches of leeks, strawberries and watermelon for customers.
There's a lot of buzz at Washington State University over work to develop the first sperm bank for honeybees.
The Nebraska Department of Agriculture says the annual program has begun for the year.
The latest domestic energy boom is sweeping through some of the nation's driest pockets, drawing millions of gallons of water to unlock oil and gas reserves from beneath the Earth's surface.
More than 267,000 tons of wine grapes harvested last year and valued at nearly $583 million is the largest recorded wine grape crop in the history of Sonoma County, according to the 2012 Sonoma County Crop Report.
One of every three bites of food we consume depends on pollination by honeybees, but these overlooked contributors to our food system are continuing to die in stubbornly perplexing ways.
Wisconsin's potato growers have helped create a new professorship at the University of Wisconsin-Madison which is expected to lead to promising advances in potato breeding.
While swaths of the state have somewhat recovered from the historic dry spell of 2011, farmers in the Rio Grande Valley are dealing with massive crop losses in which entire fields have been wiped out.
The Marys River Grange Hall near Philomath, Ore., was established in 1933. In 2009, a few remaining members were preparing to vote to shut the Grange down.
As President Barack Obama prepares to go to Northern Ireland on Sunday to promote a new trade pact with the European Union, hopes are running high for many U.S. businesses eager to squeeze more cash from one of the world's most lucrative markets.