The Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument will contain some 582,578 square miles, more than twice the size of Texas.
The range for the mountain-dwelling herbivore is decreasing in southern Utah, northeastern Californi
They want a judge to declare unconstitutional the nearly century-old law that aims to protect the state’s family farming heritage by barring large corporations from owning agricultural operations.
A West Texas meat science professor is cloning cattle to attain top USDA beef grading status, but is
The fire in Grand Teton National Park has shut down a route leading to Yellowstone’s South Entrance.
Some farmers planted a soybean variety resistant to dicamba, and a new herbicide meant to be applied to that variety hasn’t been approved by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Speakers at a biochar conference at Oregon State University extol the technology's application to agriculture.
A fire in Grand Teton park made a 5-mile run on Monday, forcing the closure of a 10-mile stretch of road leading into Yellowstone’s South Entrance.
Immigration experts say the problem took root at least 30 years ago, when President Ronald Reagan signed a 1986 immigration law that has become known as the “Reagan Amnesty.”
A new report shows that the state of the nation's organic seed industry has improved in the last five years but it also says significant work still needs to be done to improve the quality and availability of organic seed.
In a meeting with Hispanic activists Saturday, Trump indicated he was open to considering allowing those who have not committed crimes, beyond their immigration offenses, to obtain some form of legal status — though attendees stressed Trump has...
It was the biggest storm-related loss since the winter of 2009-10, when unusually heavy rainstorms and mudslides caused the destruction of 262 acres of trees.
With insurance companies refusing to compensate for crop loss caused by illegal herbicide applications, farmers around the region are “lawyering up” as they prepare for the dispute to spill from the fields into the courtroom.
U.S. dairy exporters will face more competition in the decade ahead, but there's opportunity if they are aggressive suppliers -- and make the call rather than take the call.