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Saudi Arabia has opened new and potentially lucrative export channels for wheat exporters such as France and the United States by including soft wheat for the first time in its tenders earlier this month. Higher-protein hard wheat, which Saudi Arabia
A new Food Access Research Atlas by the U.S. government uses census tracts to show supermarket access in low-income areas, officials say...Department of Agriculture said the vast majority of people use motor vehicles to shop for groceries, so vehicle
It was an August morning two years ago when Maggie, a spry, 7-year-old border collie, slipped through the backyard fence of her family's suburban Oregon home. Minutes later, she was dead her neck snapped by a body-gripping trap set by the U.S.
Department of Agriculture is facing a backlash from small livestock producers and others over its move to tighten meat-labeling regulations, which would force them to separate animals based on where they were born, raised and slaughtered. The step
Taipei, March 12 (CNA) A senior Taiwanese trade negotiator on Tuesday defended recent trade talks with the United States as "fruitful" while critics accused the government of "failing to score any points" during the talks.
Horse slaughter should remain banned Posted March 12, 2013 at 12:01 a.m...The soulless, heartless humans who make their living by slaughtering horses have managed to convince Congress and this supposedly liberal president to open up horse
March 10, 2013 Cuts of beef are displayed in a store in San Francisco, California. Ottawa is warning that it may take "retaliatory measures" if the U.S. doesn't abandon its new country-of-origin labelling rules for meat products. (Justin Sullivan/
One was a young woman when she was asked years ago to apply for a job in an agricultural field overwhelmingly dominated by men. The other was a young man when he followed his father and grandfather into farming when it seemed to offer underwhelming
Last year wasn't ideal for agriculture, as the U.S. faced its worst drought, in decades. However, the situation seems to be changing now. A winter storm in the southern plains should provide some relief and neutralize the impact of the drought to
Roundup Ready corn and soy the researchers believe could be causing infertility in livestock, as well as diseases in crops that have the potential to threaten the nation's entire domestic food supply. The warning was issued by Dr. Don Huber, a plant