The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and other groups laud the proposed eventual elimination of the estate tax, but they’re concerned about restrictions on business interest deductions they say could harm rural America.
In addition to modernizing the Endangered Species Act, momentum is picking up in Washington, D.C., t
A new study says severe thunderstorms in North America will likely be larger and more frequent in a warmer world
Residents of the Lane County town will vote next November on whether to embrace or outlaw marijuana.
Montana's health department has drafted dozens of medical marijuana regulations, setting rules for quality testing, tracking, increasing fees and creating employee permits
Utah will pay $349,000 to settle a lawsuit that overturned a law banning secret filming at farm and livestock facilities
Oregon's commercial Dungeness crab season won't start until at least Dec. 16
From a 2-acre plot on north Merritt Island, Steve Crisafulli looks at rows of orange trees, searching for a glimmer of hope for Brevard's dying citrus industry
Caineville farmer likes making brined feta, smooth chevre or Ramsley’s signature semi-firm tomme, a cheese typically produced in France and Switzerland.
A major agribusiness company is asking an Arkansas judge to halt the state's plan to ban an herbicide that's drawn complaints from farmers across several states who say the weed killer has drifted onto their crops and caused widespread damage
In March, a jury found Ehmer guilty of depredation of property, a felony.
The U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit from Advocates for the West seeking the information.
A rancher in eastern Montana was fined and sentenced to one-year probation after pleading guilty in August to killing a bald eagle through a poisoned calf carcass
The state has been trying to determine what should be the appropriate size limit on cannabis farms, but regulations issued Thursday did not include that language.