The “regenerative organic” label will employ deceptive marketing campaigns to discredit both conventional and organic farmers.
Articles by Amanda Zaluckyj, The Farmer's Daughter USA
The goal for pesticide application is simply to buy time so scientists can find a cure for the disease spread by the Asian citrus psyllid.
Although the USDA’s America’s Harvest Boxes distribution plan seem a little far-fetched, the concept deserves some consideration.
PETA’s latest marketing spot not just goes too far in its anti-ag message, it also lambastes the Catholic Church.
As agriculture suffers from an anti-science furor, so too is medicine. It is like we forgot that modern medicine is the reason we live longer lives.
I asked Registered Dietitians what practical advice they have for average people looking to eat healthier and shed some weight.
Food is a central part of our gatherings with family and friends, and we use it to mark special occasions.
The FCC Chairman claims that abolishing net neutrality will spur investment and innovation into rural areas. He is wrong.
Farmers would not be able to produce food without all the other parts of the economy that work with us.
The Farmer’s Daughter USA asked some of her favorite agriculture bloggers to tell her about their farm dogs.