U.S. agriculture will lose a valued ally when Sen. Thad Cochran, R-Miss., chairman of the Senate Committee on Appropriations, retires in April.
USDA sent shock waves through the commodity markets June 30, claiming U.S. farmers planted 89.5 million acres of soybean this year. Read moreRead More »
What’s a bee to do when there are very few flowers available and it needs a sugar fix? Wild bees may be responding to climate change and urban expansion by relying on insects to get the sweet stuff, according to a study by Joan Meiners, a Ph.D. student in the[…]Read More »