The European Union’s decision to regulate gene-edited crops as GMOs has prompted a joint statement for science-based rules by the U.S. and 12 other countries.
Nielsen, a data company, said sales of pet food free of genetically modified ingredients jumped 29 percent last year.
Estimates of the cougar population in Oregon vary widely, and an accurate answer could shed more light on whether or not the big cats are being overhunted
US wholesale prices rose 0.6 percent in October, biggest gain in 6 years
The USDA has rejected a request to import genetically engineered blue chrysanthemums into the U.S.
State wildlife officials say two deer killed by hunters in northern and southern Montana tested positive for a brain wasting disease
A super weed that can devastate corn and soybean crops has now been found in five North Dakota counties
The company was formed in 2010 to further develop and commercialize intellectual property from the New Zealand Institute for Plant and Research Limited.
An accidental discovery at Oregon State University may reveal how solar panels can help grow healthier crops on dryland farms.
This year, the ozone hole over the South Pole was about 16 percent smaller than the biggest hole recorded back in 2006.
scientists are trying to find out why these bees struggle to reproduce.
Review will determine whether the USDA followed proper procedures and conducted a cost-benefit analysis.
An Iowa dairy has cross-bred two types of cattle to create a rare beef cattle breed
It was the first time a jury considered a lawsuit using federal anti-racketeering law to target a marijuana company.