This winter has been a doozy. If you’re handy, here’s a couple of ways to make your life in snowy weather a bit easier.
Rising immigrant population means more interest in meat goats, various holidays.
Despite their typically small size and sparse distribution, farms that sell their products locally may boost economic growth in their communities in some regions of the U.S., according to a team of economists.
Rancho Feeding Corporation, a Petaluma, Calif. establishment, is recalling approximately 8,742,700 pounds, because it processed diseased and unsound animals and carried out these activities without the benefit or full benefit of federal inspection.
When it comes to foodborne illness, fresh produce belies its healthful aura: Fresh fruits and vegetables account for 24 percent of U.S. foodborne illness in which both the responsible food and contaminant are identified, according to a 2013 analysis of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data by the Center for Science in the Public Interest.
Using a plant-derived chemical, University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers have developed a process for creating a concentrated stream of sugars that’s ripe with possibility for biofuels.
The president has signed the farm bill into law, praising bipartisanship by the House and Senate.
A milk truck slid down a snow-covered hill, crashing into the house of a Belmont County man.
Cargill, the world’s largest producer of hamburger, has begun labeling its products that contain the company’s finely textured beef product.
Ohio Farmers Union members oppose state beef checkoff increase, give nod to severance tax if receipts directed to affected counties.