Brazil halts poultry exports to EU from company under probe

Mar 16, 2018

Poultry exports from a major Brazilian food processer destined for the European Union were suspended Friday by the government amid questions about the presence of salmonella

Forecasters warn of fires, crop damage across US high plains

Mar 16, 2018

Rainfall received across the United States' southern high plains since October has been ridiculously low, and forecasters warned Friday that the intensifying drought has resulted in critical fire danger and crop damage

Poland's top horse show goes to Warsaw for national ceremony

Mar 16, 2018

Poland's agriculture authorities say that a renowned Arabian horses show will be moved this year from its home in eastern Poland to Warsaw for ceremonies marking 100 years of Poland's independence

USDA rejects Mercy for Animals humane bird slaughter request

Mar 16, 2018

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has rejected a petition from an animal rights group that sought more humane treatment for turkeys and chickens sent to slaughter

2 bison slaughter protesters arrested in Yellowstone park

Mar 16, 2018

Two people protesting the slaughter of bison after they leave Yellowstone National Park have been arrested after chaining themselves to cement-filled barrels in an effort to prevent trucks from taking bison to slaughterhouses

The Latest: Forecasters warn of fire danger, crop damage

Mar 16, 2018

Forecasters say the amount of moisture received across the United States' southern high plains in recent months has been ridiculously low, resulting in critical fire danger and winter wheat crops being reduced to stubble across several states

Couple in US illegally killed speeding away from agents

Mar 16, 2018

A husband and wife in the country illegally lost control of their vehicle as they sped away from U.S. immigration authorities and died in a crash in California

Deal reached to fix unintended tax break for certain farmers

Mar 14, 2018

Congressional committees and farm groups have crafted language to fix a provision in the federal tax overhaul that gave an unintended tax advantage to farmers who sell their crops to cooperatives instead of other buyers

Freedom-loving cow no longer roaming with bison in Poland

Mar 14, 2018

A Polish scientist says a cow that roamed free much of the winter with a herd of bison in eastern Poland has apparently been captured and removed from the herd

Arkansas liquid waste rule change troubles environmentalists

Mar 13, 2018

Arkansas lawmakers are considering changes in how the state modifies liquid waste permits for farmers, worrying environmentalists who fear the new way could make it tougher to fight a hog farm in northern Arkansas

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