The latest news on agriculture
Not everyone is a fan of the commodity boom. Some blame federal policy for higher feed and food bills.
These companies profit from the commodities run-up indirectly but handsomely.
Just a few exchange-traded funds and notes provide access to this tricky market.
But fund manager Jeff Auxier warns that some commodity-related stocks are too hot to handle now.
One avenue into the commodity boom is through companies that sell machinery to farmers.
Five key factors have fueled the boom, and the outlook is for continuing strong demand.
What's behind rising crop prices and how you can invest in what goes into your cereal box.
The FDA isn't worried about an effect on health but wants change to come slowly.
The Senate today blocked an amendment that would cut farm subsidies and replace them with stronger crop insurance for all farmers.
After a two-week Thanksgiving break, Congress will be back in action—or inaction—this week with a full agenda on its plate.