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DENVER (AP) — Some wildlife advocates are urging Colorado officials to streamline planning for reintroducing the gray wolf, arguing the launch of an overly bureaucratic process will frustrate …

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The Agriculture Department said that after a detailed investigation, it found no evidence that someone was trying to harm U.S. agriculture.

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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — As the Biden administration sets up shop, many policies initiated by its hard-right predecessor are being targeted for extinction. But agricultural groups and anti-hung…

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Food and Agriculture Climate Alliance, a group focused on addressing climate change, announced today it is expanding its membership.

The U.S. District Court for northern California is allowing a lawsuit challenging the implementation of USDA’s New Swine Inspection System to proceed by denying USDA’s motion to dismiss the case.

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President Joe Biden's nomination of Tom Vilsack to lead the Agriculture Department received a chilly reaction from many Black farmers who contend he didn't do enough to help them the last time…

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The chairs and ranking members of the six House agriculture subcommittees were announced on Monday.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Biden administration has inherited a $30 billion fund the Trump administration used for pandemic and trade war relief for farmers.

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Chickens are the largest category of live animals traded globally, but overall trade in live animals is a colossal — and growing — $21 billion industry.

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The USDA will temporarily halt past-due debt collections, wage garnishments and non-judicial foreclosures for farmers borrowing under two major loan programs administered by the Farm Service Agency.

Since hemp was legalized under the 2018 Farm Bill, the USDA has been working to develop consistent production rules that state programs will need to follow.

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — President-elect Joe Biden on Monday announced that he will appoint Jewel Bronaugh, current ag commissioner in Virginia, as the next USDA deputy secretary of agriculture, the…

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Farm machinery sales overcame a demand shock from the coronavirus outbreak to finish 2020 with adequate though unremarkable growth in large tractors and combines.

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Though the U.S. farm economy has proven resilient to the shock of the coronavirus outbreak, it remains on precarious footing while the pandemic rages, experts say.

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Farmers and environmentalists have been in a political tug-of-war over the law’s scope for years, largely due to ambiguous legal interpretations of the statute.

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Despite the upcoming shift in political power at the national level, the American Farm Bureau Federation expects to remain plugged into top-level policy discussions about COVID-19 relief and o…

The survey was commissioned by American Farm Bureau Federation to gauge the effects of the pandemic on mental health and to see what has changed since its first rural mental health survey in A…

NASA and USDA recently signed a new memorandum of understanding, furthering their long-standing collaboration, helping farmers make better decisions for their operations. Brad Doorn, NASA prog…

The guidelines solidify the role of beef and dairy in a healthy diet, but The Nutrition Coalition says they fall far short.

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A two-year freeze on increases in the minimum wage for agricultural foreign guest workers has been thawed by a federal judge in California.