Deal or no deal? WTO ministers hope for the best as they gather to rescue trade negotiations.
Scientists and growers are looking for a way to fight a deadly root rot disease that is killing some
The Australian government has rejected Archer Daniels Midland Co.'s bid to acquire grain handler GrainCorp Ltd, saying the proposed buyout would be contrary to the national interest.
South Korea said Friday it will start negotiations to join a U.S.-led trade pact covering a dozen Pacific and Asian nations.
Kentucky officials are again asking for permission from the federal Drug Enforcement Agency to permit growing industrial hemp.
A new study indicates that more methane is entering the atmosphere than previously thought. Scientists believe Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas produce more of it than other states.
World Trade Organization negotiators say talks aimed at a new agreement have come to a halt, although they could be restarted at an upcoming session in Indonesia.
Wisconsin offers grants of up to $5,000 to help dairy farmers plan for the future. The farmers must contribute $1,000 to obtain the grant.
Tyson says it will terminate an Oklahoma farm that raises hogs for the company after workers there were videotaped mistreating animals.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service is helping Indian tribes develop wild rice crops.
Environmental and animal rights groups say they will sue an Iowa hog farm over a manure spill. They want the farm to obtain a Clean Water Act permit. The farm says it abides by all applicable regulatioins.
Two operations have been honored as Centennial Farms.
Two farmers who grew tainted cantaloupes have met with the families of some of the people who were sickened by them.
Protesters want gray wolf protections to continue.