Farmer Mark Yeager and his daughter Anna Brakefield started Red Land Cotton, a business that sells heirloom bed linens made from cotton grown from the red soil of Lawrence County.
Excess wheat depresses worldwide prices, analysts say.
The pumpkin festival is a foray into the burgeoning business of agritourism.
The winning pumpkins are getting bigger, along with the crowds — and the paychecks.
Solardevelopment on prime farmland in Oregon has raised concerns in the agricultural industry.
The farm's plants are being grown for the cannabidiol, or CBD, that many believe is good for pain relief, seizures, Parkinson’s disease and other ailments.
The IRS is moving quickly to increase the tax burden on family businesses by elimnating discounts on the valuation of assets associated with owning limited shares in a family business.
Canola acreage in the Pacific Northwest will likely double with fall plantings, a Washington State University Extension oilseed specialist says.
Pumpkin growers in California report a plentiful crop as at least one farm has stepped up picking in case an anticipated mid-October rainy period materializes.
Enthusiasm fuels the dream that has become Laura Lee Farms, a hydroponic produce operation 10 miles north of Bliss, Idaho.
In an effort to increase price transparency, USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service will begin including cattle purchased by packers through the Fed Cattle Exchange in its national and regional direct negotiated slaughter cattle reports.
Quinoa fields are so rare in American farming that the total acreage doesn't show on an agricultural census.
Ronald "Troy" Primeaux crosses peppers of his own creation in a quest for the hottest pepper on the planet.