In response to the 2015 market downturn, the USDA announced $7 billion in safety-net payments Tuesday.
USDA's Farm Service Agency announced it is making an additional $185 million worth of direct and guaranteed loans available in the short remainder of this fiscal year.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has given the Environmental Protection Agency an additional three months to decide whether to allow continued use of chlorpyrifos.
Brazil’s Ministry of Agriculture is asking the country’s biotech regulatory agency to temporarily lift restrictions on corn imports from the U.S.
No matter who wins this November's presidential election, one of the first items facing a new Secretary of Agriculture will be developing a 2018 Farm Bill, a process sure to begin early in 2017.
President Barack Obama today quietly signed into law legislation that prevents states from requiring on-package labeling of genetically modified ingredients.
Monsanto Co. has rejected Bayer Ag's latest takeover bid, saying its board views the $125-per-share offer as “financially inadequate and insufficient to ensure deal certainty.”
South Korea has agreed to lift the ban it placed on U.S. poultry in reaction to outbreaks of avian influenza last year and earlier this year.
WASHINGTON, July 14, 2016 - In a sweeping victory for farm groups, food companies and the biotech industry, the House voted overwhelmingly today to clear legislation that will prevent states from requiring on-package labeling of GMOs.
The Senate easily approved a historic compromise on GMO disclosure standards late Thursday.