Ryan Taylor writes about life in the country.
Farm Rescue plants and harvests crops for farmers in the Dakotas, Minnesota, Iowa and eastern Montana who have experienced an illness, injury or natural disaster. It’s been operating since 2006, supported by donations, business sponsors and about 1,000 volunteers.
The sensors show that the earth’s crust has risen an average of 4 millimeters in the western United States since last year and as much as 15 millimeters in the California mountains.
High milk prices and lower feed costs grew U.S. milk production 4 percent in July over year-ago lev
The intention is for RoboBee, about the size of a penny, to pollinate crops and perform other tasks, from military surveillance to searches.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s recent census found 95,000 fewer farms nationally in 2012 than in 2007. But New England saw a 5 percent increase to nearly 35,000 farms, many less than 50 acres.
The U.S. Department of Energy has a rich history of contributing to the advancement of agriculture and continues helping the industry today.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is allowing Hunters, Wash., rancher Dave Dashiell and staff to kill wolves in the Huckleberry pack that approach Dashiell's flock of 1,800 sheep. Wolf attacks have continued despite nonlethal measures,...
Farm groups are lined up in opposition to a pair of bills in the California Legislature that would give the State Water Resources Control Board broad new powers to oversee groundwater use statewide.
The ham provided by Broadbents B&B Foods in Kuttawa weighed 15.89 pounds, selling for $125,865 per pound.
The New Hampshire-based Old Farmer's Almanac predicts a “super-cold” winter in the eastern two-thirds of the country. The West will remain a little bit warmer than normal.
California's $7.5 billion water bond proposal would provide $100 million for water use efficiency projects on farms and in cities.
Since last Thursday wolves have killed 16 sheep. The latest attack was Tuesday night in the area about 50 miles northwest of Spokane.
Two bills before lawmakers would require some local governments to start managing groundwater withdrawals, and authorize the state to step in if they fail.