- Mississippi State hires peanut specialist Updated: Dec-07-13 8:05 am
- Kenai bear protection at center of battle Updated: Dec-07-13 6:14 am
- Neb. soybean day, machinery expo set for Dec. 19 Updated: Dec-07-13 5:09 am
- Veach re-elected as Arkansas Farm Bureau president Updated: Dec-07-13 5:09 am
- California citrus growers fight off cold spell Updated: Dec-06-13 6:01 pm
- Some Collin County jail inmates learn to farm Updated: Dec-06-13 10:50 am
- As storm moves out, SW Okla. ranchers 'fortunate' Updated: Dec-06-13 10:10 am
- Snow hampering harvest of some Dakotas row crops Updated: Dec-06-13 8:26 am
- 1 million gallons of manure spilled this year Updated: Dec-06-13 7:35 am
- Ex-PM Thaksin a saintly figure in rural Thailand Updated: Dec-05-13 10:11 pm
- Crystal leader expects 'price crisis' to continue Updated: Dec-05-13 8:26 pm
- Milk prices could rise if farm bill looms Updated: Dec-05-13 5:13 pm
- Ky. farm cash receipts soaring to record levels Updated: Dec-05-13 4:44 pm
- Investment firm wins auction for SD beef plant Updated: Dec-05-13 4:15 pm
- Company plans large solar farm in eastern Iowa Updated: Dec-05-13 4:08 pm
- OKC City Council removes chickens from code plan Updated: Dec-05-13 3:37 pm
- Officials: Tuberculosis found in ND dairy heifer Updated: Dec-05-13 3:02 pm
- Specialty citrus is growing, producing items such as pink... Updated: Dec-05-13 1:49 pm
- Temps reach danger level for California citrus Updated: Dec-05-13 1:09 pm
- Kan. gov. says rural housing may be issue in 2014 Updated: Dec-05-13 11:18 am
- FDA: Idaho noted moldy yogurt months before recall Updated: Dec-05-13 10:22 am
- Grain farmers to benefit from Dreyfus move Updated: Dec-05-13 9:49 am
- Smithfield residents complain of rat problem Updated: Dec-05-13 7:22 am
- Mo. processor recalls 1,450 pounds of meat Updated: Dec-05-13 5:04 am
- Mass AG: Stop new federal fishing catch limits Updated: Dec-05-13 3:13 am
STARKVILLE, Mississippi - Starting in January, Mississippi peanut farmers will have a dedicated professional to turn to for information.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - This year on the Kenai Peninsula, hunters killed a record 46 brown bears- more than five times the average - under dramatically liberalized state hunting rules, and federal wildlife managers became so concerned they took the unprecedented step of temporarily shutting down the sport hunt on the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The annual Nebraska Soybean Day and Machinery Expo is set for Dec. 19 in Wahoo.
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - The Arkansas Farm Bureau says Randy Veach has been re-elected as the organization's president and Rich Hillman re-elected as vice president.
SANTA ANA, California - Citrus grower Fred LoBue breathed a sigh of relief on Friday after two sleepless nights monitoring the icy temperatures in his family's Central Valley orange groves.
McKINNEY, Texas - Tucked behind Collin County's minimum-security jail is about 15 acres of fertile ground.
TULSA, Oklahoma - Some ranchers in the southwest part of Oklahoma say they're fortunate to have weathered a winter storm that brought more snow than ice.
BISMARCK, North Dakota - Snow in early October and early December is pushing the fall harvest of some row crops in the Dakotas into the winter months.
MADISON, Wisconsin - State officials say Wisconsin farms spilled more than 1 million gallons of manure this year, the greatest amount in seven years.
KAMBON, Thailand - Here, in a village where electricity is still a novelty, they'll quickly tell you who was responsible for bringing change to this long-neglected corner of Thailand.
FARGO, North Dakota - The annual meeting of American Crystal Sugar Co. on Thursday highlighted the company's 40th year as a farmer-owned cooperative, but there was little cause for celebration among shareholders.
WASHINGTON - A New Year's deadline that could send the price of milk skyward looms over congressional negotiators as they try to reach agreement on a five-year farm bill. They've been tripped up by differences over the nation's food stamp program and how to restructure farm subsidies.
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Kentucky's farm economy shifted into over-drive as a money maker this year, backed by robust equine, poultry and cattle markets and predictions of record grain yields that are putting total cash receipts on a rapid trajectory toward $6 billion, agricultural economists said Thursday.
SIOUX FALLS, South Dakota - A San Francisco-based investment banking firm on Thursday submitted the winning $44.3 million credit-and-cash bid for an idled South Dakota plant during a bankruptcy court auction in Sioux Falls.
DUBUQUE, Iowa - A Dubuque company plans to build Iowa's largest array of solar panels, tripling the size of what is now the state's biggest solar setup.
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma City Council has separated proposed regulations regarding chickens from a plan intended to support urban agriculture.
BISMARCK, North Dakota - A North Dakota official says state and federal veterinarians are investigating a case of tuberculosis in a young heifer from an Oliver County dairy herd. The heifer has never produced milk.
Move over, grapefruit: Lemons are also taking on the pink.
VISALIA, California - Officials say temperatures in the citrus-rich San Joaquin Valley dropped to the low 20s overnight, but it was too early to tell whether there was any crop damage.
TOPEKA, Kansas - Gov. Sam Brownback said creating a new rural housing program may be on Kansas legislators' agenda next year because communities see it as important to attracting new workers.
TWIN FALLS, Idaho - A report from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration says the Idaho Department of Agriculture spotted moldy yogurt during a routine inspection at a Chobani facility in Twin Falls two months before the company issued a voluntary recall.
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - LSU AgCenter economist Mike Salassi says south Louisiana grain farmers are expected to benefit from the presence of Louis Dreyfus Commodities' move to the Port of Baton Rouge.
SMITHFIELD, Maine - Residents of one Smithfield neighborhood say they're being overrun by rats from a nearby pig farm, but the farmer tells town officials he's addressing the problem.
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - State agriculture officials say about 1,450 pounds of possibly contaminated beef and pork products have been returned to a southwest Missouri processor.
BOSTON - Attorney General Martha Coakley is urging a court to stop new federal fishing regulations which she called an "existential threat" to New England's 400-year-old fishing industry.