Scientists have discovered that a solidified whitish substance in an ancient jar dug up in Egypt is "probably the most ancient archaeological solid residue of cheese ever found."
On the evening of Aug. 5, 2012, a bolt of lightning shot from the clouds, striking the northeastern
The lagoon at Ross Island has created severe blooms four out of the last five years.
The preferred site for the plant is a 95 acre parcel of land roughly halfway between Gresham and the Bull Run Watershed.
New strategy would also make use of technological advances, like remote sensing, fire simulation tools and mapping technologies.
Idaho’ dairy industry is taking an active role in recruiting and training students in dairy food technology and innovation.
Idaho milk processors hold the contest to hopefully bring new products to market and to foster relationships with upcoming food scientists.
The Oregon State University Small Farms Program hosted the first mechanical cultivation field day Thursday at the university’s vegetable research farm in Corvallis.
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 demands of Mexico and U.S. Southwest for the next 13 months, but a looming shortage could trigger cutbacks as soon as the end of 2019
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.