Yes, this could be the year consumption of romaine and other leaf lettuce finally surpasses that of head lettuce.
The Iowa Economic Development Authority approved the settlement with Poet DSM Advanced Biofuels last week.
Some benefit, but others with no apparent ties are feeling the crunch.
Soybeans are mostly in, and corn is way ahead of schedule despite the early cold.
Global Minnesota will host a virtual World Food Day conference, one of several across the globe.
In its first year, the Sustainable Horticulture Training Program has offered hands-on education to students with a variety of goals.
Pork output will take much longer to restore given the herd's low quality, experts and analysts said.
The good soil is still selling for about $8,000 an acre in Upper Midwest.
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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.
The Land Stewardship Project was ordered to produce internal documents by Tuesday.
Majority of workers' compensation claims of meatpacking workers with COVID-19 denied, including in Minnesota
Refusals by meatpacking firms cite the possibility employees became sick outside plants.
The Owatonna-based lettuce company is bringing its indoor greenhouse model to the Lone Star State and California.
It's a blueprint to court farmers in Minnesota and other parts of the Midwest.
Pork is key for China to hit targets for purchases of U.S. farm-good products.