Democratic Rep. Jessica Wooley said she thinks SB 2454, which would set up a task force to study genetically modified foods, doesn’t include enough meaningful regulation.
The World Health Organization’s expert panel says dropping sugar intake will combat obesity and cavities. That includes sugars added to foods and those present in honey, syrups and fruit juices, but not those occurring naturally in fruits.
The bill sponsored by Republican Sen. Gail Griffin of Hereford allows livestock owners and employees of the Arizona Department of Agriculture to shoot a wolf that is endangering a person or animal. That includes Mexican wolves.
President Obama on Tuesday released his budget recommendations for the next fiscal year.
The farm bill has many growers frustrated as spring planting is fast approaching. In lieu of direct payments in the old law, the new crop insurance programs are as yet unclear.
Midwestern greenhouse growers face tough choices as winter doles out extreme temperatures.
Wyoming snowpack 135 percent of normal.
Irrigation companies in New Mexico prepare for growing season in drought.
A farmer in Michigan won't face fines for defying a state ban on exotic swine, but the dispute over the animals still rages.
Storms that hit California over the weekend provided the state with much-needed rain and snow, but experts say it isn't enough to pull the state out of drought.
Washington farmers can expect more rain this week and snow at higher elevations.
Farmers reach out to water witches to divine location of water in drought-stricken California.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., has asked Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to expand the department's efforts to revive bee populations in the Northeast.
Organic farmers from across Wisconsin are in La Crosee this weekend for the 25th annual MOSES Organic Farming Conference.