Chemical brothers: Monsanto & BASF knew for years their products destroy US farms, documents reveal
It's a sight that sends visitors quackers.
Piglet prices in China soared to record highs on Thursday (March 5) amid supply chain woes that persist from the Covid-19 breakout.
From their keen taste for sun-ripened pot to their first meeting at a pro-marijuana rally in college in the 1990s, everything about Chip and Jessica Baker fits the stereotype of cannabis country in Northern California, where they lived for 20 years.
Growing food is a fascinating and complex endeavor fraught with failure and surprise. Learn to enjoy and cook with the food that thrives where you live.
China is planning to dispatch a 100,000-strong 'army of ducks' to help Pakistan combat a massive locust infestation.
A "doomsday vault" nestled deep in the Arctic received 60,000 new seed samples on Tuesday, including Prince Charles' cowslips and Cherokee sacred corn, increasing stocks of the world's agricultural bounty in case of global catastrophe.
Trump announced his administration had finalized an order removing regulatory roadblocks and enabling the giant Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta pumps to open the floodgates so that millions of gallons additional water can flow to urban Southern Californ
Global food production is being hit from seemingly every side.
GM seeds and GM food carry great risks for all nations, so much so that for many reasons it is probably imperative these foods be banned outright. This subject is too large to be discussed here, but one aspect requires brief notice.
A new generation of autonomous robots is helping plant breeders shape the crops of tomorrow.
Palestinian farmers accuse Israel of deliberately waging a war on Gaza's agricultural sector
Move follows Defense Minister Bennett's instruction to stop agricultural imports from Palestinian Authority after Ramallah limited the import of calves from Israel
360 Billion Locusts And Growing – A Plague Of 'Biblical Proportions' Is Destroying Crops Across The Middle East And Africa
As if the world's facing a looming new global pandemic weren't enough, here's yet another rare occurrence of apocalyptic proportions threatening to devastate the economy and way of life on an entire continent:
According to agricultural machinery manufacturer Kubota, there are now fewer farmers in Japan, trying to manage increasingly large amounts of land. With that problem in mind, the company recently unveiled a concept for helping those farmers out – a
John Deere, like Ford and GM and all the rest, is forced by the government to build tractors as complicated as new cars – and just as impossible for the average owner to service.
Borden Dairy Company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday amid rising milk prices and what court filings described as an "unsustainable" debt pile, reported Bloomberg.
Their animals have clean fresh water every day. They fence around ponds to keep livestock out. The fish, frogs, and surrounding water animals thrive in this atmosphere. The Judys value their wildlife, including deer, bobcat, squirrel, fox, coyote,
In 2019, the federal government delivered an extraordinary financial aid package to America's farmers. Farm subsidies jumped to their highest level in 14 years, most of them paid out without any action by Congress.
Technocracy is co-opting rural America into the global supply chain by overlaying the UN's Sustainable Development policies in every sector, including agriculture.
Tehama County, California: Jack LaPant planted 900 acres of winter wheat on his property in 2011. The US Department of Agriculture Farm Services Agency and the Natural Resources Conservation Service, both federal agencies, assured him that growing wh
One of the reasons antibiotic resistance is a growing problem is their widespread use in animals raised for food.
We presently have around 140,000.000 head of cattle in North America. Mob grazing can bring that up to most of 300,000,000 head. Folding Bison into the nix along with goats will allow winter grazing and strong weed plant utilization with the goats.
The BIG FREEZE is upon us.
Nearly 100,000 POUNDS of salads have been recalled due to an E.coli outbreak spanning 22 states. (FIFTY TONS!) Considering the weight of lettuce, that's a heck of a lot of salad. This is a Class 1 recall with a "high risk" of adverse health eff
Editor Of China's Global Times Taunts US Farmers: "Wait For A Trade Deal Before Getting Bigger Tractors"
Hempcrete - the Most Sustainable Building Material on Earth Building materials, textiles, and plastics, in this 3-part series, we'll explore some of the ways hemp is set to change the world.
Farmageddon: 12 Charts Show That Despite Trump's Aid, Finances For Farmers Are Getting Worse
When the state could no longer feed them, freedom of exchange helped them feed themselves.