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Local agricultural lender, Horizon Farm Credit, announces registration for their Ag Biz Masters educational program has opened.

Evidence continues to pile up that today's political and grain market pile-ups will be bigger and messier than first thought.

Alan Guebert ponders when exactly the world's leading food growers and sellers are going to adopt more weatherproof agriculture.

A new study led by Penn State researchers analyzed U.S. farming counties to help policymakers better understand the diversity of farms and their needs.

Ellsworth Acres has three acres of earth that are rich and fertile. The air is fresh and clean. It's a place where you can heal and grow, and tell your addiction story. Erin Helms started Ellsworth Acres when she noticed that addiction recovery services did not address the person as a whole.

As a speciality crop, chestnuts are enjoying a popularity that hasn’t been seen in about 100 years and growing them is fairly straightforward. Amy Miller of Route 9 which is part of Rural Action, a membership-based nonprofit organization based in Appalachian Ohio, says, "Chestnut trees can grow on irregular, uneven slopes with acidic soil or well-drained sandy soil, which is pretty typical of the Appalachian region of the U.S."

Climate change is reshaping the landscape in the western U.S. and dictating where farming is possible. Alan Guebert digs into the government's response.

U.S. ag exports hit a record-high $196 billion last year. U.S. ag imports also hit a record-high $199 billion, or $3 billion more than ag exports.

It bothers Marcia Ruff when a woman says she’s just a farm wife, because she believes there are many opportunities for women in agriculture.

Lady Buggs Pharm honors ancestral ties to her urban garden which grows traditional fruits and vegetables as well as medicinal plants.