The dividing line appears to be right through the middle of the state, with the northern half enduring lower yields because of the lack of rain in the heart of summer.
Four companies control processing and distribution of 80% of U.S. beef, a choke point that is drawing scrutiny from Washington.
Climate scientists, food companies and many farmers see the potential of a better soil health system, but debate how — or even if — large-scale farming can actually transition.
Meatpacking workers and farm workers who were severely affected by the coronavirus pandemic will be eligible to get grants of up to $600 per person as part of a new $700 million aid program the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Tuesday.
Chlorpyrifos, widely used on soybeans, found to pose risks to children, fetuses.
Cattle producers for 35 years have been bankrolling one of the nation's most iconic marketing campaigns, but now many want to end the program that created the "Beef. It's What's for Dinner" slogan.
Farmers are upset by the move. The nation is one of the world's leading exporters of beef.
An outbreak that began two years ago appeared to be in check but has surged again in recent weeks.
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The news that General Mills is cutting jobs after its stellar response to the pandemic, and the results that followed, shows that going back to where things were was never going to be easy.
Most couldn't take advantage of the federal government's Paycheck Protection Plan loans. Some retailers are lending a hand.
"Fair repair" legislation is under consideration in Minnesota to force manufacturers to share their repair manuals and parts with independent repair shops.
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It's the largest investment that food giant Conagra Brands has ever made in a production facility.
Inver Grove Heights-based CHS also warned that its Louisiana operations will be affected because of the electricity outages.
Keeping fields properly watered is a complex challenge for Minnesota farmers — especially during this year's drought.
Most of the sweet corn Minnesotans eat is from other states. Most of the sweet corn grown in Minnesota is processed for later consumption.
After a year off for the pandemic, the Minnesota State Fair is back with plenty of agricultural offerings.