- The Business Journals5 days ago
Although fewer livestock would mean fewer direct gas emissions, the ecosystem also would lose the recycling service that the animals provide.
- CBS Pittsburgh6 days ago
More than 20 years ago, in July 1996, Dolly the sheep was born at a research facility in Scotland. While scientists worked to clone animals for decades, Dolly was the first mammal cloned from ...
- The Daily Progress1 day ago
A question-answer session with the owners of Heaven's Hollow Farm.
- The Capital Times7 days ago
Wheat for Dec. was off 7.25 cents at 4.2425 a bushel; Dec. corn fell 1.25 cents at 3.4225 bushel; Dec. oats rose 1.50 cents at $2.7350 bushel; while Nov. soybeans
- Vulture7 days ago
If the signage in a movie has top billing over Frances McDormand — as it does in Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri — you can bet a whole lot of thought went into its ...
- Rapid City Journal2 days ago
Department of Agriculture that he lost cattle during a 2013 snowstorm. Federal authorities say Dale Knutson, 57, filed a claim with the Farm Service Agency in 2014 for the loss of 23 ...
- Science5 days ago
This rise of the superrich has economists, politicians, and citizens alike wondering how much inequality societies can—or should—accept. A study published this week in Nature concludes that ...
- Bloomberg6 days ago
It’s also close to selling its Five Rivers Cattle Feeding division, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg last month.
- Sterling Journal-Advocate6 days ago
Livestock prices, especially of beef cattle, are moderating from the price peak of several years ago but the market is changing dramatically. James Robb, director of the Livestock ...
- Columbus Ledger-Enquirer3 days ago
Crisafulli — a Merritt Island resident whose last name has been synonymous with the citrus business for five generations — has given over this small grove on his family's land for a U.S. Department ...