Crop breeders say they've noticed a trend toward a greater emphasis on developing new varieties with enhanced nutrition in mind.
In January, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife decided to list the Mexican wolf, a smaller subspecies of the gray wolf, as endangered.
An interpretation of rules governing conservation payments will prove costly to an Oregon producer.
This year's traditional Thanksgiving meal at about $50 for 10 people will only cost consumers 70 cen
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission on Friday considered a draft resolution that would reaffirm the commission’s 1980s positions against reintroduction.
The number of Minnesota farmers killed in work-related accidents soared more than 30 percent in the past decade.
So far, 45 people have been infected, with 43 of them saying they ate at Chipotle in the week before they became sick.
Weyerhaeuser's planned merger with Plum Creek may affect small forestland owners depending on their proximity to the combined company's land and mills.
The Weed Summit in Boise is part of a much larger effort following Interior Secretary Sally Jewell’s order in January calling for a “science-based” strategy that safeguards the greater sage grouse while contending with wildfires.
The U.S. agriculture secretary sees the agreement as a way to counterbalance China's influence in the region.
A large-scale rancher and organic vegetable producer from Georgia joined health professionals and others in Washington, D.C., to push for more judicious use of antibiotics in the livestock industry as well as in human medicine. Some are urging Congress...
Their lawyers says the recruiter threatened to harm the workers and their families if they complained about the fees.
The FDA is faced with competing definitions of the "natural" food label, prompting it to consider an official definition.
The FDA said that there are “no biologically relevant differences in the nutritional profile of AquAdvantage Salmon compared to that of other farm-raised Atlantic salmon.”