Although U.S. farm population is advancing in age, workers, in general, are getting older.
USDA adds grass-fed beef report to its market news portfolio; sequestration-mandated budget cuts again scuttle midyear cattle inventory report.
Consumers increasingly view grocery shopping as an enjoyable experience and use mobile phones and social media as part of process.
The Maschhoffs has signed a definitive agreement to acquire GNP Co., a leading Midwest producer of chicken.
Latest undercover video drew swift response from hog industry denouncing animal abuses on Oklahoma farm.
Iowa is the latest state to sprout a state agcouncil sponsored by The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), joining Nebraska, Ohio and Colorado.
Based on long-term historical trends, Iowa State University climatologist Elwynn Taylor predicts the next several years will see great variability.
Drought had less-pronounced impact on U.S. food prices than expected, and food price inflation is expected to stabilize next year.
Corn and soybeans, absent another major supply-side disruption, will remain softer in 2014. However, stocks remain very tight, historically speaking.
Kemin CEO Chris Nelson told an audience at the Borlaug Dialogue that animal protein is critical in the quest to eradicate hunger and malnutrition.