Things were different fifty-years-ago when fruit and vegetable production was a larger part of Midwest farming. Now it’s all about corn and soybeans.
Coca-cola has seen its profits tumble in developed nations and instability in its developing markets. So what is a soda giant to do?
We go around the world of urban gardens with Jennifer Cockrall-King. Harvest Public Media has two stories about dairy. Brussels spouts plus polenta on the menu.
Despite health warnings, some states have proposed legalizing raw milk sales in order to impose strict regulations on the risky - and growing - market.
Finding workers to don coveralls, muck boots and endure the occasional splash of manure, or spritz of urine is not as simple as putting an ad in the newspaper.
Make butter and paneer with Robyn Morton. Mozzarella is a bit trickier. Mike Record works to get his small farm certified organic. Benedictine nuns raise cows.
A Cincinnati woman was alarmed to discover the ice cream she serves her family doesn't melt. How does the FDA define "ice cream" anyway?
Many people who claim to be lactose intolerant could be struggling with something else found only in milk from European cows.
Should a toxin be injected somewhere along the supply chain for liquids like orange juice or milk, experts believe it could have devastating consequences.
The dairy industry is more efficient than ever, but ramping up production is costly and often out of reach for some small dairies.
In the past decade alone, butter consumption jumped 25 percent as Americans limit their intake of trans fats.
Under new ownership, Sanlu is attempting to rebrand with organic grains. The question is will Chinese consumers buy in?
A new study has found organic milk is higher in omega-3 fatty acids than conventional milk, but not everyone considers it a health breakthrough.
Doubling dairy prices loom as Congress makes its way back into session to focus on a myriad of issues, including the farm bill.
Dairy Farmers of America has agreed to pay a $158 million settlement to avoid going to trial, but farmers and critics aren't satisfied.
The Agriculture Committees of both chambers have agreed to a one-year farm bill extension, but House leadership is reluctant to bring it to floor.
As of Saturday morning, no resolution had been reached on a new federal Farm Bill. Time is running out.
A downward trend in milk consumption and the specter of a lapsed farm bill have the dairy industry worried.
Kansas departments Commerce and Agriculture have been touting the state at dairy conventions, press conferences, and on their websites.
Indiana’s State Board of Animal Health has launched a website where the public can share their opinions on whether raw milk should be sold in Indiana.