Tuesday, February 28, 2017

When you hear 'invasive species,' you think of plants. But birds can be unwanted transplants, too.

Only about half the products that are recalled are actually recovered from the market.

Feed companies in Lewisburg and Massillon told to take action to prevent mad cow.

Last year, food imports reached more than 6 million shipments.

Organic farmers can refer to a new online growing season reference tool.

Misconceptions about fertilizer applications result in missed yield opportunities.

One reader gives tips for moving farm equipment safely on the roads.

Farmers could expect to pay $30 more per cow if 100 percent BSE testing is implemented, economist says.

Farm and Dairy reporter Kristy Hebert received a third-place award in the North American Agricultural Journalists' 2004 writing contest.

Information is crucial in decisions affecting U.S. agriculture, trade policy, and food aid.
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