An international pasta organization is combatting anti-wheat messages across the globe, but particularly in the United States.
A federal judge invalidated the county law in a Nov. 27 order, saying state law pre-empts county law on the issue.
North Dakota and Minnesota farmers continue to face a shortage of rail cars as they try to move a large bean crop.
Farm groups such as the American Farm Bureau Federation and National Farmers Union, as well as leading agribusinesses have long advocated normalized trade relations with Cuba.
Minnesota officials are warning consumers to wait for more information before eating any pre-packaged, commercially produced caramel apples.
The proposal would have used lease amounts, instead of fair market values, to calculate property tax assessments on biotech companies.
Critics say the USDA is too beholden to processors as the agency's inspectors monitor how food is handled.
Even if congressional opponents of normalizing relations with Cuba were to pass sweeping legislation to stop what President Obama wants to do, he could veto it and they are unlikely to muster the two-thirds majority to override a veto.
Raul Esparza de la Paz, who has been in the country since 1998, urged the congressional committee to keep President Barack Obama’s executive orders on immigration intact while working on comprehensive immigration reform.
A decision on whether protections are warranted will be reached by the end of the fiscal year on Sept. 30.
Although it gives producers a tax break this year, the legislation expires at the end of the year.
A caucus of longshoremen's union leaders did not approve a labor contract deal with container terminal operators, but the meeting could be a sign negotiations are progressing.
State program links farmers with coyote hunters and trappers.
West Coast port slowdown causes fry rationing at McDonald's in Japan.