Ohio Department of Agriculture chief veterinarian Tony Forshey discusses a newly-discovered non-PEDv swine virus affecting young pigs.
A new agricultural coalition is asking Congress to seek a federal solution and establish standards for genetically modified food and feed ingredients.
Multi-year drought and a long-term trend of declining per capita beef consumption helped drive cattle and beef prices to unprecedented levels.
OSHA deputy assistant secretary Jordan Barab says his agency is working to clear up confusion over a 2011 memo dealing with small farms.
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack says January is a 'make or break' month for passing a Farm Bill; also discusses school lunch program flexibility.
USDA analysis finds that global food security situation today is much the same as it was a year ago.
Eating at home became more of a bargain in November as grocery prices softened and foodservice prices increased slightly.
After six months, market finally has confirmation that PEDV death losses "are real," and a significant shortage of market hogs is ahead.
Pork quality could be a major topic as the National Pork Board convenes a task force to chart the industry's strategic plan for 2015-2020.
Consumers want to know more about where food comes from and how it is produced, but how much transparency is too much?