It’s the latest skirmish in the federal government’s troubled effort to restore the rare wolves to part of their original range under the Endangered Species Act.
The cowboy and rancher from Wyoming says he roped a steer and was trying to wrap the rope around the saddle horn when his thumb got stuck. The rope then sliced it off.
The Senate bill and one introduced in the House last week would prevent the courts from overruling the decision to take wolves off the endangered species list.
Ryan Zinke’s commitment to public lands has come into question in recent weeks and is likely
The EU wastes 88 million tons of food a year for a population of 510 million.
The move will allow the brand to sell Wyoming beef to markets beyond state borders.
The Ministry of Agriculture is warning of an imminent “catastrophe.”
Jeanette Finicum has become something of a cause celebre in the year since her husband’s death.
Tom Vilsack has led USDA for eight years and was President Barack Obama’s longest-serving Cabinet secretary.
Poultry experts are warning farmers that piles 6½- to 7-feet high are high enough. One pile caught fire in western Arkansas this week.
The Farmers Union will side with the state against the North Dakota Farm Bureau over the constitutionality of the state’s Depression-era anti-corporate farming law.
South Korea has lost about 26 million chickens — and a third of its egg-laying hens — to the H5N6 flu strain since November.
Rancher David Stambaugh objected when the state Agriculture Department allowed a California cattle company that bought land in Arizona to use the identical brand on its cattle.
The federal regulation is set to take effect in May for eateries with 20 or more locations.