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This is Monday's report of the grain prices and trends, prepared by the USDA and the Illinois Department of Agriculture.
If you or anyone in your family is on a restricted diet due to food allergies, you need to check your refrigerator.
A new protein that has been carefully, genetically controlled, is sweeping Vail Valley restaurants and fine dining establishments around the country.
These breeds go the extra mile when it comes to pleasing their owners and handlers while working or training.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture will award $6 million to 10 universities to finance the study of what climate change means to agriculture and strategies for helping farmers and ranchers deal with weather changes.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development has awarded the City of Rhinelander funding for the City's downtown sewer improvement project.
"It's no secret farming expenses are going up, and if the USDA analysts are right, we could be facing a little squeeze," Mississippi Land Bank Chairman of the Board Abbott Myers said at the organization's annual meeting.
Beef prices have reached all-time highs in the U.S. and aren't expected to come down any time soon.
ONE of the world's biggest food companies is recalling nearly 100,000 pounds of sausages.
"Agriculture plays a critical role in the North Country economy," said Rep. Owens.
Although global and U.S. wheat exports are projected to rise over the next decade, the U.S. share of the world market is projected to continue to decline because of competition from other exporters.
The Congressional Budget Office released its new baseline projections through 2024.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is announcing a new program that will provide $150 million to help small agriculture-related startups in rural areas that need cash to expand.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Monday a new $150 million program designed to provide investment capital to help small agriculture-related business in rural areas with cash needed to expand.
The food you grow in your garden isn't limited to the salad bowl. Amy Stewart, author of "The Drunken Botanist," says it's time to drink in the fruits of your labor.
With planting season upon us, area commodity leaders say there's a lot that goes into deciding what crops to put in the ground, and when to do it.