As the White House ramps up for a profound transition in January, many questions remain about the fate of food and agriculture legislation under new leadership.
New research indicates that massive hog farms in North Carolina serve as breeding grounds for flu bugs before they jump from pigs to humans.
A new Bloomberg report says tainted seafood from China, long banned in the U.S., is being rerouted through other countries, like Malaysia and Ecuador.
The agrihood includes gardens, an orchard, free produce for local organizations, and agriculture education.
A new study found average cholesterol levels in the U.S. dropped significantly from 1999 to 2014, possibly due to phasing out of trans fats in foods.
The White House has announced plans to expand research, programs and classroom education to stem erosion and degradation of US topsoil.
A new process takes smoke bombs and transforms them into phosphoric acid that then goes on to be fertilizer.
Some people say catfish has a muddy flavor; I prefer to call it earthy. This preparation mutes the catfish flavor with ginger, garlic and sesame oil.
A new study makes the case for using bee grubs wasted in honey farming as a protein-rich food source for the future.
Recent click-tempting headlines say the Fight for 15 movement caused McDonalds to replace cashiers with robots. Except it probably didn’t.
The top advisory board on organic standards in the US has decided that products with “USDA Organic” label can no longer contain carrageenan.
Everyone at your Thanksgiving table will be able to enjoy this vegan mac 'n' cheese.
Wild pigs are an invasive species first introduced to Indiana in the late 1980s. They're blamed for millions of dollars in damage to crops each year.
Supermarket food prices dropped in October for the sixth straight month. The Farm Bureau's measure of Thanksgiving meal prices dropped, too.
This dressing stands up well in a big bowl of flavorful greens like arugula, cabbage and microgreens.
President-elect Trump's agricultural advisory committee and his picks for Secretary of Agriculture provide insight into ag policies for the next four years.
A new study shows that the “greening” of Earth under warmer temperatures has slowed the rate of increasing CO2 over the last decade – though only by a little.
The UN says Hurricane Matthew’s toll on food stores in Haiti has left 800,000 people hungry one month after the storm struck.
An Oxford University study says taxing beef and dairy products at the cost of their impact on the climate will reduce emissions and improve consumer health.
Massachusetts voters will determine whether their state will prohibit the sale of animal products raised in certain types of confinements.