USDA has had success cutting the proportion of whole chickens found with salmonella. Now it’s focusing on cut-up chicken parts and ground chicken and turkey.
Three of the world’s largest facilities are scheduled to come on stream in the next year to produce a variety of nitrogen products.
The USDA recently put $10 million behind grants to establish environmental markets, including one in Iowa to reduce nitrogen runoff.
Many farmers rely on a stable supply of migrant laborers to return year after year. That’s an incentive to provide safe housing.
The parts of the federal government that regulate agricultural pesticide use want nothing to do with legalized marijuana.
Missouri is the second state to add the right to farm to its constitution, behind North Dakota.
While some farmers see drones as a way to help their bottom line, others see them as a potential invasion of privacy.
Despite health warnings, some states have proposed legalizing raw milk sales in order to impose strict regulations on the risky - and growing - market.
We talk to a Bloomington city official about proposed changes to food truck regulations. Emily Robbins tells stories from her farm life. Meringue for dessert.
The amendment has become a hot button issue. On one side: commodity groups. On the other: animal rights groups.
As the number of nano food products continues to surge, watchdogs say their dangers are still poorly understood and the FDA's new guidelines lack teeth.
While the conversation about hemp in the U.S. currently focuses on legal issues, our neighbor to the north anxiously waits to talk business.
With signals from Congress and the federal government, it may not be long before some of America’s amber waves of grain get a little greener.
As the food truck scene continues to grow across the country, local governments are writing rules to regulate mobile food vendors.
The USDA warns of hard times ahead for the nation's farmers.
A group of food and farm organizations have signed a letter supporting amendments to the Senate food safety bill that would benefit small food producers.
Earth Eats talks with Joel Salatin, the proprietor of Polyface Farm, who calls himself a "Christian Libertarian Environmentalist Capitalist Lunatic Farmer"
Do you know what's in your kid's school lunch? You might be surprised, but recent reports show that they might be better off eating fast food.