Foreign labor is critical to farm production in the U.S.
Land O'Lakes CEO Beth Ford said the company is experiencing the biggest drop in commodity pricing since 1972.
5G will help farmers assess the conditions of their fields and produce like never before.
The CME Group today announced it will close its Chicago trading floor as of the close of business on Friday.
China is making U.S. lobster eligible for a tariff reduction, good news for lobster fishermen who lost a key export market during trade hostilities.
President Trump ceremoniously signed new environmental rules he said would help get more water to farmers.
Michael Bloomberg is violating the first rule of politics by insulting large swaths of the electorate, a move that will further divide his party, FOX Business' Stuart Varney argued in his latest "My Take."
A farmer discusses how raising minimum wages would impact business-owners like him, as well as American consumers.
A Missouri peach farmer was awarded nearly $300M in damages after weedkiller dicamba damaged the trees on his property
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration notified the state in a Jan. 10 letter that its proposed package of measures would result in no more than a 52% reduction in risk to the whales.
The majority said they expected Trump's tariff policies to pay off in the long run.
U.S. soybean supplies will be smaller than previously expected due to rising export demand from China, the government said on Tuesday.
It's the largest property up for sale in the state.
Beef, chicken and pork have become more affordable staples in the American diet thanks to industry consolidation and the rise of farms with tens of thousands of animals. Yet federal and state environmental agencies often lack basic information such as where they’re located, how many animals they’re raising and how they deal with manure.
Caterpillar's fourth-quarter revenue fell 8.4 percent year-over-year to $13.1 billion.
Fast-food chains want smaller chickens for their popular sandwiches.
The Center of Agriculture and Rural Development at Iowa State University estimates tariffs have cost Iowa’s $5.2 billion-dollar soybean industry nearly $891 million in revenue.
Some farmers say there is a disconnect with what’s happening in Washington and what they need in Iowa.
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue has high expectations for exports since the USMCA and U.S.-China trade deals arrived.
U.S. Dairy Export Council CEO and former Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack discusses how new trade deals are impacting the dairy industry.