On Thursday, Kroger lowered its 2016 per-share profit expectations.
A Maine aquaculture farmer is operating a small eel farming operation that raises the elvers so they can be sold live and fully grown to local restaurants.
Farm owner Luke Park has been indicted on 15 counts connected to the teen’s death, including falsifying business records and endangering the welfare of a child.
Voters in California, Massachusetts, Maine and Nevada voted Nov. 8 to approve the use of recreational marijuana, joining Colorado, Washington, Oregon and Alaska, where it had previously been legalized.
Australian farmers rely heavily on thousands of young backpackers traversing the Outback to pick their produce each year.
Twenty out of the original 28 captive-born ferrets that were released in 2015 are alive and reproducing, a survival rate of 71 percent.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 21 people have been infected in eight states from Jan. 11 through Oct. 24.
Environmentalists are petitioning the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to take another look at the bird.
The federal government has a stake in this case because a work crew supervised by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency accidentally triggered the 3-million-gallon spill from the Gold King Mine.
Among the problems with the draft plan are negative comments about grazing cattle, a use specifically allowed as part of the compromise deal reached to create the wilderness areas.
The highly virulent H5 strain of avian flu was detected in birds at a chicken farm in Niigata, where about 40 of them were found dead Monday. Dead ducks at a farm in another prefecture of Aomori also tested H5 positive.
Sen. John Boozman, R-Ark., has pushed for expanded trade with Cuba and in June backed an amendment to a government spending bill that would lift the ban on private banks and companies offering credit for the export of agricultural commodities to Cuba.
The $500,000 would be used to train livestock farmers to increase biosecurity efforts when responding to outbreaks involving foreign diseases like bird flu.
Montana farmers averaged 36.5 tons per acre, and Wyoming farmers averaged 30.1 tons per acre.