More than 100 Nobel prize winners have written to Greenpeace urging the iconic environmental group to halt its opposition to genetically engineered foods.
A landmark Senate agreement would allow companies to disclose GMO ingredients through digital codes rather than on-package language or symbols.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has notified Congress that he plans to tap a $500 million discretionary fund to cover a projected shortfall in demand for guaranteed farm ownership loans.
A spending bill that included a rider to stop the Obama administration from implementing its waters of the U.S. rule failed in the House over an amendment.
The Environmental Protection Agency's proposed 2017 renewable volume obligations are out, kicking off a process the agency hopes to finalize by the end of November.
Funding for a nationwide initiative to feed poor kids during the summer and cuts to the crop insurance program are included in President Barack Obama's proposed fiscal 2017 budget, released today.
Talks are getting more specific between China National Chemical Corp. and Syngenta with a potential $43 billion on the line.
Deputy Agriculture Secretary Krysta Harden, who led the implementation of the 2014 farm bill, says she's leaving USDA at the end of February. Michael Scuse, the current under secretary for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services, has been tapped as acting d
President Obama delivered an expected veto of a congressional resolution that would kill the administration's “waters of the United States” rule redefining the jurisdiction of the Clean Water Act.
A new strain of the highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAI) that caused the depopulation of more than 48 million birds last year has been detected in Indiana.