U.S. House of Representatives is making quick headway on regulatory reform, but it remains to be seen how legislation will fare in the Senate.
Jeanette Finicum has become something of a cause celebre in the year since her husband’s deat
Federal protections mean farmers can do little to keep eagles away, said Ken Klippen, a poultry scie
The USDA’s latest report estimated fewer wheat acres than the industry expected.
Tom Vilsack has led USDA for eight years and was President Barack Obama’s longest-serving Cabinet secretary.
Departing USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack leaves a memo for his successor.
Forecasters issued ice storm warnings from the Oklahoma and Texas panhandles into southern Illinois, with up to 1 inch of ice expected in some locations.
Poultry experts are warning farmers that piles 6½- to 7-feet high are high enough. One pile caught fire in western Arkansas this week.
Farm Bureau wraps up annual convention on optimistic note despite changing political, economic landscape
The grizzly plan has stoked intense debate in areas that would be impacted.
The Farmers Union will side with the state against the North Dakota Farm Bureau over the constitutionality of the state’s Depression-era anti-corporate farming law.
South Korea has lost about 26 million chickens — and a third of its egg-laying hens — to the H5N6 flu strain since November.
The American Farm Bureau Federation’s policy book is the beliefs bible for the country’s farmers and ranchers.