More than 5,000 invasive species—from plants like cheatgrass to rodents like nutria—inhabit the U.S. causing about $120 billion in economic damage annually.
An agricultural economist sees plant-based proteins—like lentil burgers and tofu— as one answer for communities in central Montana.
All of the bills are aimed at the same purpose—keeping non-meat products from being viewed and purchased as beef.
California and Massachusetts standards for the confinement of livestock have drawn opposition from other states.
Missouri passed a law banning food labels like "veggie burgers." Although that is being challenged in court, ranchers in other states are pushing for similar legislation.
The farm bill on Trump’s desk funds programs that help make farming more accessible.
But some remain concerned that the money will not get to many places that need it to expand access.
Just 4 percent of America’s family farms have principal operators younger than 35, while nearly a third are led by someone age 65 or older.
The compromise package could be considered by the House as soon as Wednesday.
The legislation currently contains a provision that would define industrial hemp a regular agricultural crop.
Legal wranglings over the first-in-the-nation rules pit beef and poultry producers against those selling plant-based meat alternatives.
Much of the nation’s exported soybeans went to China last year. Production is concentrated in a handful of states.
Nineteen of the states that allow hemp cultivation reported a crop last year.
Some crazy kids blocking the N train is the latest in a string of brash, goat-related incidents across the New York City region.
Southeastern Pennsylvania is ground zero for an invasive species outbreak that’s threatening trees and crops. Can it be contained?
Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and North Dakota have the most to lose in a “trade war” with China.
The plan, which will include direct payments to some producers, was announced Tuesday.
Farmers are seeing cancelled contracts at a time of already low prices.
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