This horse we are referring to is from Turkey and has been called the most beautiful horse in the world by experts. He's an Akhal-Teke, a breed that is a direct descendant of the extinct Turkoman horse that lived in ancient times.
A few weeks ago, Maine Governor Paul LePage signed a Food Sovereignty Bill into law, guaranteeing the rights of Maine towns to regulate food production locally, rather than submitting to federal regulation. Although the press is avoiding describing t
Each acre in the greenhouse yields as much lettuce as 10 outdoor acres and cuts the need for chemicals by 97 percent.
inundate farmland with toxic chemicals... (Natural News) A Silicon Valley startup company called Pyka is developing an autonomous (self-driving) plane to meet the burgeoning demand for planes that rely on artificial intelligence and sensor technol
This wasn't just a spare of the moment decision either. It came about following years of analyzing the downside to using GMO foods and their overall effects on its consumers. Since there are no biotech industries that thrive there, Russia had no re
Every effort to retract science papers that exposed the toxicity of GMOs and glyphosate, we now know, was orchestrated by Monsanto through a network of bribery and fraud that even ensnared the editors of science journals. No corporation has corrup
Debate focuses on whether scientists failed to consider German studies on the safety of glyphosate.
For Jarrod Goldin, a report about edible insects four years ago had the perspective-altering impact equivalent to Neil Armstrong first setting foot on the moon. A 2013 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations document suggested eati
UCLA researchers found that over 11,400,000 km2 are potentially suitable for fish and over 1,500,000 km2 could be developed for bivalves. Both fish and bivalve aquaculture showed expansive potential across the globe, including both tropical and tempe
Academic papers vindicating its Roundup herbicide were written with the help of its employees.
Now, the $47-billion agriculture industry is trying to bring technological innovation up to warp speed before it runs out of low-wage immigrant workers. California will have to remake its fields like it did its factories, with more machines and
The case against Monsanto is the gift that keeps on giving.
This story originally appeared on The Guardian and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration.
Indigenous and campesino groups join President Evo Morales in celebrating Bolivia's agricultural achievements.
This may seem like a simple question for our long-time readers, but many new readers are asking, "How do I avoid GMOs?"
In May, InnoTech Alberta at Vegreville was close to finishing analyses of six types of biochar derived from nut or wood sources and submitted by the U.S. manufacturer, Cool Planet. Samples were tested to detect any toxic substances that could be harm
A growing number of foods commonly found in kitchens across America have tested positive for glyphosate, the herbicide that is the main ingredient in the popular consumer pesticide Roundup, which is widely used in agriculture.
I reasoned that it couldn't be the gluten or wheat hybridization. Gluten and wheat hybrids have been consumed for thousands of years. It just didn't make sense that this could be the reason for so many people suddenly having problems with wheat a
(Natural News) To state it bluntly, Pope Francis is not merely a freedom-hating communist and traitor to the sacred blessing of liberty, he's actually part of the Satanic takeover of the Catholic Church that has now led the organization down the pa
Driscoll's is so secretive about its robotic strawberry picker it won't let photographers within telephoto range of it.
Scientists continue to genetically engineer plants that are becoming less and less like anything that nature ever intended, and in the process, many of them are overlooking some very useful natural alternatives.