The former New York City mayor was called "condescending" and an "enormous clown" over his assessment of what it takes to farm.
Scientists have completed what they say is the first-ever open-field release of a genetically-modified insect. Genetically-modified insects could one day be used as an alternative to pesticide.
The Food and Drug Administration has released a statement ending the consumer advisory on romaine lettuce grown in the Salinas, California area.
As populations and BMIs increase so will demand for calories. A study published in Plos One projects an 80 percent increase in demand by 2100.
A study of British schoolchildren reveals a lack of understanding about the origins of food, with a third of the children unable to identify the animal pork is made form.
A holiday commercial from a major retailer has Canadian tree farmers upset because it positioned artificial Christmas trees as an environmentally conscious alternative to cutting one down.
The report includes dozens of studies from across the world and highlights the widespread decline of insect populations.
Industrial hemp farming will become legal in every state and on reservation land thanks to a new farming program implemented by the U.S. government.
An upcoming U.K. reality television show is asking families to adopt animals typically raised for meat as pets for a period of three weeks, before being faced with the choice of either becoming vegetarian or having the animal slaughtered and then cooked and eaten.
How and why to support local farmers, what products to buy and how to celebrate National Farmers' Day 2019.
More than 3,000 quails, 1,000 chukars and 100 chickens died in the blaze in Greenup County, Kentucky.
Portions of the southeastern U.S. haven't seen rain in weeks, and the dry conditions are affecting farmers.
The updated procedures let meat companies kill pigs as quickly as they want and pass inspection responsibilities from government officials to plant employees.
The victims, all of Indian nationality, have been identified by authorities as the two owners of the Arena Po farm and two employees. The investigation remains ongoing.
A recent advisory from the Centers for Disease Control warns of the hazards of oral contact with barnyard birds, including the risk of catching salmonella.
"This case demonstrates that even relatively small domestic animals may be able to inflict lethal injuries," an expert said.
Changing how we grow food would mean soil could be given the chance to recover from degradation.
The 50-year-old allegedly planted needles into the fruit.
Pressure on the country's white farmers has become a rallying cry for right-wing groups across the world.
"I find droughts a little bit like cancer—it sort of eats away at you," one farmer said.
The retail giant has just filed a patent for a "Pollination Drone" that can keep almonds, cherries and avocados alive.
The crops may be safe, but the children will probably never sleep again.
A pesticide manufacturer called the proposed ban "overly conservative" and "extremely impractical."