AS the Obama Administration winds down, several key career and appointed government officials are making announcements to part ways in the final months of the term as part of the regular churn that typically takes place during this stage.
Commodity oversupply and weakening exports weigh heavily on U.S. farm income.
Kansas State University to host pet food innovation workshop April 18 in Olathe, Kan.
Texas AgriLife researchers determine that regular ingestion of low levels of aflatoxins may not affect reproduction of wild quail.
First plant producing methionine source for shrimp starts up in Belgium, with product's market launch planned for mid-2016.
Hawkes case potentially precedent-setting on whether wetland regulators can deny landowners their day in court.
Officials say fire is 95% contained as loss and damage assessments continue.
FDA and Health Canada conduct simultaneous review and approval of veterinary drug for use in food-producing animals.
Italy-based Bioscreen Technologies has completed installation of a fully automated, pilot-scale encapsulation unit.
Mexico, India and China top three countries with most import refusals during 2005-13.