The latest news on agriculture
Only a small percentage of the public is willing to pay what small-scale, organic farmers must charge.
The key is to maintain a product base while introducing new discoveries to keep customers coming back.
Agriculture, infrastructure stocks look like good bets.
Proposition 2 would allow California voters to end cruel practices in that state.
Advocates insist it's safe (and often free), but others worry about health and environmental effects.
Once a chronic debtor, the South American giant finds its groove under Lula, its charismatic president.
Common misconceptions about animal agriculture form the framework for "What Will We Eat?" [August 4-11].
Farm income should rise 16 percent this year, analyst says.
The retail giant is using in-state farmers in an attempt to soften its image.