A bacon bouquet was just one of the features of the day!
President says he'd rather see cuts to insurance than SNAP.
A cow in south-central ND tested positive for TB last week.
Their newest brain child is “A Fresh Breath of Farm Air.”
June 17-23 is Montana Noxious Weed Awareness Week.
New United Nations data shows a big job ahead for food production.
There are no indications that this is more than an isolated incident.
The ag appropriations bill now moves to the House floor.
Sugar prices are down and the Department is required to act.
Gerald Stokka works to bridge consumers and ranchers.
Ag practices have been one of main targets in CCD puzzle.
Eco-sanctuary was hot topic at Las Vegas travel trade show.
Get an in-depth update from the U.S. Wheat Associates.
See how current conditions compare with the start of the year!
State officials say find shouldn't threaten "TB-free" status.
House Speaker John Boehner says he will vote for bill.
Karoline Rose is doing a down-under summer internship.
Public comments will now be accepted thru July 15, 2013.
The agency did provide funds to individual residents.
Legislation to help federal land ranchers keep grazing permits.
Ag Secretary says bill is a pro-agriculture bill.
However, global wheat trade will be up!
Concerns include grazing restrictions, fire management and more.
Members, community urged to drop off food in Bozeman June 12.
DTN reports that the farm economy's boom appears to be reversing.
A food stamp battle is now expected to prevail in the House.
Corn planting is officially creeping towards the finish line.
Rainfall and sunlight have led to rapid forage growth.
Beef, pork, jewelry, and even mattresses could be affected.
Kris Ringwall, NDSU, says plants respond well to grazing.