Possibly Tainted Eggs Found in More Countries
Reports of possibly tainted eggs linked to the pesticide scandal in the Netherlands and Belgium are cropping up in several countries.
Farmers Urge Trump Administration to Avoid Salmon Protection Rules
A group that represents farmers says saving imperiled salmon in the largest river system in the Pacific Northwest is too costly.
To Restore Our Soils, Feed the Microbes
Healthy soil teems with bacteria, fungi, viruses and other microorganisms that help store carbon and fend off plant diseases.
Brown County Soybean Crop Damage Being Investigated
Some Brown County farmers are complaining to the state that their soybean crops have been damaged by a drifting herbicide.
Minnesota Farmers Balance Environment and Budgets
Farmers in Minnesota are working to balance heightened expectations for environmental stewardship and the day-to-day challenges of operating a farm.
Corn Detasslers Sprayed with Crop Poisons in Iowa Field
Several workers were sickened after being sprayed with fungicide and insecticide from a crop duster while they were detasseling corn in a central Iowa field.
Farm Rescue Hauling Hay for Drought-Impacted Ranchers
The Farm Rescue nonprofit in the northern Plains is coming to the aid of ranchers affected by drought.
Crop Report: South Dakota Gets Rain, but Crops and Pastures Still Hurting
Parts of South Dakota received much-needed rainfall over the past week, but not enough to have a big impact on the drought affecting the s
Payday Lender Seeks Customer Help to Overturn Rate Cap
A major South Dakota payday lender is urging its customers to contact state officials and the media to help overturn a short-term loan rate cap.
1 Person Dead in Dell Rapids Shooting
Sheriff's officials say one person has died in a shooting in southeast South Dakota.