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Brazil was plunged back into a political crisis reminiscent of last year’s impeachment saga following reports that President Michel Temer was embroiled in an alleged cover-up scheme involving the jailed former speaker of the lower house of Congress.
A new fence will reduce the number of elk, deer and antelope affected by the cow pasture barrier at the base of Sheep Mountain outside of Laramie, Wyo.
The public-private infrastructure program shortchanges the regions in greatest need, says a Joint Economic Committee minority report.
A second consecutive week of warmer-than-average weather has reduced soil moisture supplies and affected crop conditions in South Dakota.
Trump says his immigration crackdown won't hurt agriculture. We'll see.
Mass slaughter threatens communities that rely on the animal.
North Dakota cattle producers are cheering the latest industry development — the reopening of the Chinese market to U.S. beef.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has warned a Pittsburgh restaurant to not serve horse meat again.
Interest driven by export potential, Ontilcor director says.
The impact is unclear at this point, but the primary worry is about ag land being taken out of production.
Significant alfalfa losses experienced in eastern Wisconsin
President Donald Trump said he would seek to keep his tough immigration enforcement policies from harming the U.S. farm industry and its largely immigrant workforce, according to farmers and officials who met with him.
Idaho asked a federal appeals court Friday to reinstate its ban on spying at farms, dairies and slaughterhouses after a lower court judge sided with animal rights activists who said the ban violated free speech rights.
Deep snow is melting into western mountain streams, but some farmers and ranchers on the high plains are struggling amid a lengthy dry spell and the aftermath of destructive wildfires.
White House reveals agreement that opens Chinese market for U.S. beef.
The Commerce Department is setting a date to reopen the Chinese market to U.S. beef.
Deal paves way for more trade negotiations in coming months.
Supporters of rancher Cliven Bundy and his sons are holding a protest outside a rural Nevada prison facility where defendants in a 2014 standoff with federal agents await trial in federal court in Las Vegas.
China will finally open its borders to U.S. beef while cooked Chinese poultry is closer to hitting the U.S. market as part of a U.S.-China trade agreement.