A TikTok user shares one cow's indulgent day of luxury, sparking admiration and jealousy among viewers.
Reports of hard butter have been spreading across social media in Canada, with agriculture experts saying palm oil could be the cause.
Through their hard work and dedication, undocumented farmworkers have already proven themselves worthy of citizenship.
Coronavirus outbreaks at Utah mink farms have "greatly worsened since August," according to the Utah Animal Rights Coalition (UARC).
Chickens deserve to live a good life too. These sustainably sourced chickens from Cooks Venture guarantee that the ones you get on your table lived a full life.
Farmers in the state have lost hundreds of cattle due to the massive insect swarms, which arrived after Hurricane Laura brought heavy rainfall to the area.
The women banded together to stop monkeys from stealing vegetables farmed by local villagers.
California Representative Devin Nunes called the article written about his family farm a "hit piece" and a "legion of lies."
At an organic farm in Germany, this swine with a swagger makes piglets and his feces power turbines and feed crops.
Natalia Yurchenko lives on her farm with nine people, 100 chickens, 10 goats and Bubble. Now people who are stuck in the city due to COVID-19 come to Yurchenko with their families to look at and play with her animals—like a trip to the zoo, but without paying an entrance fee.
As your traditional investment options are failing in real-time, every day, low-risk investment options like farmland investing are an excellent way to brace your portfolio against the impending crash.
Rep. Ro Khanna is joining Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker in the legislation, and has submitted a companion bill in the House.
The virus reemerged in France in 2015, five years after the original outbreak was brought under control.
It was reported that a little more than $9 billion of aid would come from funding provided in the $2 trillion coronavirus relief package.
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Computer models have been used to predict the global impacts of a national food crisis similar to the 1930s Dust Bowl.
"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.
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.