Police and fire crews have blocked off Maple street from 4th street to Benton.
New research by the from The Center for Food Integrity shows consumers want more information about food and how it’s produced.
It’s time to “Keep Calm and Farm on” with the 16th Annual Women Landowner’s Ag Conference on Thursday, November 3rd. The afternoon will be filled with various speakers, games, prizes, and food.
A federal judge in Kansas has allowed a lawsuit filed by farmers against Syngenta to move forward as a class action lawsuit.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton talked trade as one of the topics of the first Presidential debate on Monday night.
A group of state agriculture directors says the next farm bill could offer relief to farmers in the midst of lower commodity prices and lower farm income.
The National Sorghum Producers took part in the 2016 Growth Energy Advocacy Conference in Washington, D.C. this month. Jesse McCurry is a regional director for the National Sorghum Producers. He explains the role sorghum plays in biofuels.