Hunger in U.S. Falls to Lowest in More Than a Decade
U.S. Hunger Is at Lowest in a Decade
U.S. Farm Trade Surplus to Shrink as Chinese Tariffs Bite
Soybean growers, the hardest hit, will get $3.6 billion, according to the plan the government released Monday.
After 50 Years of Red Delicious, Gala Apples Are Now America’s Most Popular
Land prices gain comes at a grim time as farm income may drop 6.7 percent, according to U.S. agriculture department data.
Europe's Vow to Buy More U.S. Soy Won't Make Up for China Losses
Farm Aid Will Be Temporary Even in Extended Trade War, Agriculture Secretary Says
Trump administration to announce plan to shield farmers from trade war.
Judging by the number of Americans on food stamps, it doesn’t feel like one of the best job markets in history.
As Cost of Trade War Grows, Farmers Remain With Trump – for Now
Why Change Is Coming to How U.S. Reports Farming Data
Flash Boys on the Farm? Arms Race Gets Unleashed Over Crop Data
Trump's Not Wrong on Soy Prices, But It's Not the Whole Picture
U.S. Soybean Acres to Top Corn for the First Time Since 1983
The Senate bill, passed 86-11 Thursday, would renew subsidies for farmers and crop-insurance companies.
Farm Bill Passes House as Critics Denounce Food-Stamp Work Rules
Food Stamp Work Rules Backed by Trump Absent in Senate Farm Bill
Trump Support Wavering in Farm Country Over Ethanol, Trade Moves
Bee Death Increase May Be Tied to Climate Change, Survey Says