More farm loan applications are being rejected in rural parts of 10 Plains and Western states in reaction to weak farm commodity prices and income
U.S. government water managers say a vital reservoir on the Colorado River will be able to meet the
The world’s two biggest economies are battling over China’s aggressive campaign to challenge American technological dominance.
McCarthy defended the federal tax overhaul and the escalating tariff feud with China, which is expected to hit American farmers hard.
South Dakota's small grains harvest is in the final stages
Stripe rust was “quite normal” in commercial fields, a USDA Agricultural Research Service research geneticist says.
Ice cream maker Ben & Jerry has a new CEO who has challenged the company to "double its social impact."
It was a Texas-sized shrimp dream, to breed crustaceans far from shore but close to transportation hubs that would speed fresh seafood to restaurants as far away as New York or Las Vegas
Stuart Reitz is a professor in OSU’s Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, providing cropping systems research and extension in Malheur County.
Former National Institute of Food and Agriculture director Sonny Ramaswamy is questioning the USDA’s decision to relocate the agency outside of Washington, D.C., by the end of 2019.
Alan Sams has been named dean of the College of Agricultural Sciences at Oregon State University.
The University of Idaho is in negotiations to purchase property for building a world-class dairy research farm in south-central Idaho.
Shares in German chemicals and drugs company Bayer have plunged in the wake of a U.S. court verdict against Monsanto, which Bayer has acquired
BLM announced on July 24 that it would no longer use mandatory off-site compensatory mitigation on most federal land.