Supply-chain disruptions will make your family feast 14 percent pricier this year, according to the Farm Bureau.
Tesla CEO is worth an estimated $288.8 billion—$36.2 billion of which he gained last week following a deal with Hertz.
The late scientist known for her pioneering research on green tea was the first woman doctor of agriculture in Japan.
"Why shouldn't they be able to learn how to use a toilet?" asked the study's co-author Jan Langbein.
Animal rescuers saved 65 dogs, including several puppies, from the dog meat farm where canines were brutally slaughtered in front of each other.
The insecticide, due to be banned in six months, has been used in the U.S. since 1965.
The National Weather Service classified the drought devastating the West Coast as "exceptional" and the worst since 1977.
To try to prevent the mice from devouring everything, the state government has ordered 1,320 gallons of bromadiolone, a banned poison, from India.
It is no secret that 2021 may be the last year to adequately address climate change.
Some 49% of the U.S. agricultural workforce is undocumented. A new bill making its way through Congress would expand systems already in place that help U.S. employers hire migrant workers legally.
"Without these H-2A workers, these apples would not get picked," Jason Minard of Minard's Family Farm said.
Researchers identified "antibiotic resistance genes" in waterways and soils near factory farms in the U.S., according to a report shared exclusively with Newsweek.
Through their hard work and dedication, undocumented farmworkers have already proven themselves worthy of citizenship.
With over 242,000 acres of farmland, Bill Gates is America's biggest farmland owner, and his ownership may be connected to climate change and plant-based meat substitutes.
2020 saw record numbers of swarms of locusts across East Africa and southwest Asia, with experts warning climate change could increase their frequency.
At least 14 seed species have been identified in mysterious packages sent unsolicited to people in the U.S. from China, but officials are continuing to warn those who receive the seeds to not plant them.
"Reducing poverty does not have to create unavoidable environmental costs," said researcher Paul Ferraro.
It was reported that a little more than $9 billion of aid would come from funding provided in the $2 trillion coronavirus relief package.
"People are panic-buying chickens like they did toilet paper," said Tom Watkins, the vice president of Murray McMurray Hatchery in Iowa.
Computer models have been used to predict the global impacts of a national food crisis similar to the 1930s Dust Bowl.
"More people could die outside the conflict areas due to famine than due to the direct effects of the war," researcher Jonas Jägermeyr said
"The Svalbard Global Seed Vault is a secure backup facility for the seed banks of the world," Cierra Martin, a spokesperson for the Global Crop Diversity Trust, told Newsweek.
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The former New York City mayor was called "condescending" and an "enormous clown" over his assessment of what it takes to farm.
Studies indicate that the Judean date palm was first cultivated around 7,000 years ago.