As of Saturday morning, no resolution had been reached on a new federal Farm Bill. Time is running out.
Consumer Reports has just published some bad news for pork lovers.
In his new book "Cheese and Culture," Paul Kindstedt happens to tell the story of human civilization by way of cheese making.
Denny's is the latest restaurant to announce it will stop buying from pork farmers who crate pregnant sows. Domino's Pizza has made the opposite announcement.
New farmers are leaving the suburbs and rat race for a life on the land, and the government is taking notice.
Cutting 249 USDA offices -- half of which are small, local offices -- will only impact their annual spending by one percent.
Animals rights advocates were appalled after undercover video was released showing inhumane treatment at a top egg supplier.
The Occupy Wall Street movement has had both positive and negative relationships with small-scale farmers. Here's a sampling of the good, the bad, and the ugly.
The freaky fast farm bill has slammed to a halt with the failure of a bipartisan "super committee."
Ferrol Johnson doesn’t mince words when talking about the difficulties of growing food in clay soil. He offers tips for being successful next spring.
The federal Farm Bill is rewritten every five years. The 2012 bill, however, is likely to be written in two weeks.
Organic farms are not immune to food-borne bacteria. Small farms are often exempt from FDA oversight -- so what other options do they have?
In 2011, 7175 farmers markets operated in the U.S., up from 6139 in 2010. Locavores love it, but some farmers call it too much of a good thing.
Farmers markets are good for you. A new report says they are good for the economy, too.
Although there were some challenges in its first two years, support for the Farm to School program is enthusiastic.
With the strawberries and lettuce from my CSA box, I made a salad for a carry-in that wowed the pants off of my friends.
President Obama outlined a plan to limit farm subsidies so that farmers who make over $250,000 will not receive them, but the plan met resistance.
New, stricter standards placed on the chicken and turkey industries are predicted to prevent 25,000 cases of foodborne illness a year.
Another food recall hits the headlines. A San Antonio plant is shut down after five die from contaminated celery.
LIFE Certified Organic Farms is a family owned farm in Southern Indiana. We asked them about their CSA programs and the variety of heirloom tomatoes they grow.