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Having an Agriculture Secretary with on-the-farm experience has farmers and ranchers eager to see what Sonny Perdue can get done at USDA.
Meat-packaging company Maple Leaf Foods Inc reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit, driven by increased retail sales in Canada and higher exports.
Canada is hosting a round of exploratory negotiations on the future of the Trans Pacific Partnership after the U.S. bowed out.
Massive storm and high winds stress cattle and cowboys.
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue spoke to farmers in Kansas City, Mo., on April 28 and pledged to focus on serving farmers and expanding trade.
Trade deals benefiting agriculture are a priority for new Secretary of Agriculture.
Excessive livestock manure from millions of turkeys, chickens and cows in Virginia is making its way into the Shenandoah River, polluting the scenic waterway with unsafe levels of E. coli, according to a new report from an environmental advocacy group.
A bill drawn up by Maine's Republican Gov. Paul LePage would make public the names of animal activists hired to film undercover footage of animal cruelty.
Bovine TB found in western Michigan cow from Indiana
In the last year Cargill has gone from the 4th largest cattle feeder in the U.S. to not feeding any cattle.
Customs agents at John F. Kennedy Airport have seized more than 300 pounds of banned Yak meat smuggled in sweaters, pants and shawls.
Donald Trump has found a trade battle that’s actually worth fighting.
Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller's planned "feral hog apocalypse" won't be happening anytime soon.
Seeks cut in injuries; pilot program to raise pay at 2 plants.
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.
Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau said on Friday there was no surprise from his perspective in U.S. President Donald Trump's statements lashing out against trade with Canada, but that officials behind the scenes were open to discussions.