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How 3 Dairy Farmers Have Pulled Through Desperate Times
NEW YORK—“If I hadn’t done this, I’d have gone out of business by now,” dairy farmer Paul Fouts said as he pointed to the new barn under construction on his property ...
December 5, 2019
Martha Boneta’s Stand for Liberty
WASHINGTON—In 2006, Martha Boneta fulfilled a childhood dream when she purchased a small 65-acre property called Liberty Farm ...
August 22, 2019
Thai Farmer Offers $300,000 for Someone to Marry His 26-Year-Old Daughter
A millionaire Thai farm owner said he is offering around $315,000 (10 million baht) to someone who will ...
March 6, 2019
Zimbabwe’s Booming Tobacco-Farming Sector Tainted by Use of Child Labor
Tobacco farming in Zimbabwe is booming, buoyed by the growing demand for tobacco in China, but experts are ...
January 4, 2019
Breaking New Ground in Small-Scale Farming in Uganda
In Uganda, 70 percent of employment is provided through agriculture and smallholder farming, which occupies half of the ...
December 24, 2018
Farmers and Cropdusting Pilots Wrestled With Pesticide Risks on the Great Plains
It is easy to frame conservation as a clash between environmentalists and polluters. But this view can greatly ...
June 13, 2018
Perdue’s New Chicken Slaughtering Method More Humane, Say Advocacy Groups
In a substantial move for one of the country's largest chicken producers, Perdue will change its chicken slaughtering method. While animal ...
July 4, 2016
This Carrot Harvesting Machine is Amazing to Watch
Here's what it takes to harvest carrots on an industrial scale. This video shows a triple-track carrot extracter, ...
April 5, 2016
11 Foods That Grow in Totally Unexpected Ways: Cashews, Baby Corn, Cinnamon
Do you know how these grow? Chocolate, cashews, pepper corn, baby corn, cinnamon, wasabi, pineapple, kiwi, sesame seeds, ...
February 13, 2016
The Dark Side of Coffee: An Unequal Social and Environmental Exchange
The humble coffee bean is one of the most important and actively traded commodities in the world.
September 1, 2015
Alexander J Myers
Technologies Will Tackle Irrigation Inefficiencies in Agriculture’s Drier Future
Worldwide, the bulk of water use is tied to agriculture – it accounts for approximately 66% of water ...
May 28, 2015
Amount of Land Devoted to Growing Vegetables Continues to Drop
The amount of land dedicated to growing vegetables dropped almost 4 percent last year compared to 2013 levels, ...
February 11, 2015
Mystery Kidney Killer Spreads Fear in Sri Lanka
It's midmorning and hundreds of people are squeezed under a banyan tree's shady canopy to have blood drawn ...
January 18, 2015
Superweeds and the Chemical Dependency of American Farmers
The U.S. agriculture system wants to turn up the herbicide chemicals, but doctors, scientists, and watch dog groups ...
September 4, 2014
Mussels May Be the Chicken Feed of the Future
STOCKHOLM - Swedish farmers and scientists have realized that ground domestic mussels – 'musselmeal' – could replace other ...
August 28, 2014
Susanne W. Lamm
American Milk Consumption Has Plummeted (Infographic)
Whole milk consumption has plummeted in the United States, falling by a massive 78 percent since 1970 alone. ...
July 5, 2014
US Food Manufacturing—Science Based or Reckless?
Historically, the European Union (EU) has taken a far stricter, more cautious stance with regards to genetically engineered ...
July 5, 2014
Seaweed Farming in Zanzibar
On the beautiful shores of Paje, a seaside village on the southeast coast of Zanzibar, women crouch in ...
June 20, 2014
The Seaweed Center
Half of the World’s Food Is Thrown Away
30 percent of perfectly good vegetables are not harvested simply because they aren't pretty. Thirty to 50 percent ...
June 1, 2014
How Your Bedding Could Save Monarch Butterflies
How are milkweed, pillows, and monarch butterflies connected?
May 3, 2014
US Dependence on Corn Could Reach Popping Point
Corn is huge business in the United States, but can it last?
April 23, 2014
Farmers and Ag Experts React to New Farm Bill
At over 950 pages, the long awaited Farm Bill pleases some, disappoints others.
February 22, 2014
Even in Legal States, Farmers Reluctant to Grow Hemp
Several states have legalized industrial hemp farming, but would-be hemp farmers fear a backlash from the federal government.
January 30, 2014
Greatest Images Collected by Landsat Satellite, 1972-2013
Landsat 1 satellite was launched July 23, 1972, starting the longest continuous observation of Earth from outer space. ...
December 12, 2013
What Does Ukraine Stand to Gain from Farming Deal with China?
A deal signed between Ukrainian and Chinese authorities last month may impact up to 3 million hectares of ...
October 7, 2013
Social Media Strategy Makes Farm Bill Personal
As Congress returns from summer break, regulators are pushing lawmakers to pass a new farm bill, and they’re ...
September 14, 2013
South Korea Reports 7th Death, Sees Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Exceed 760
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Coronavirus Live Updates: South Korea Reports 161 New Virus Cases, Bringing Total to 763
Epoch Times Staff
Virginia Lawmakers Shoot Down Sheriff Pay Raise Amid Gun Control Debate
Federal Judge in Kansas Resigns After Sexual Harassment Reprimand
Debate Performances Have Hurt Biden, Rep. Clyburn Says
Government Staff Dealing With Outbreak in China's Coronavirus Epicenter Are Getting Infected
Coronavirus Outbreak Causes Disruptions in Global Auto Production
Impeachment Witness Marie Yovanovitch Signs Book Deal Reportedly Worth 7 Figures
Man Linked to Former Rep. Hill’s Campaign Arrested for Hacking Her Opponent’s Website
Bernie Sanders Cements Front-Runner Status With Landslide Win in Nevada