The latest news on agriculture
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.
The switch to homegrown produce links shoppers to their region and its farmers.
But does paying someone to manage your backyard vegetable patch defeat the purpose of gardening?
In India, farmers find that benefits of pesticides and herbicides may come at a tragically high cost.
Despite some hardships, they are finding both opportunity and adventure in operating large farms.
As commodity prices soar, South America's agricultural giant steps up to feed a needy world.
A Brazilian official cites new protections and denies new wave of Amazon deforestation.
Prices, already high, are sure to rise even further.
As food crisis worsens, some nations are desperate for arable land.