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The Cosmic Crisp apple is poised to take over grocery store shelves: It lasts for up to a year but costs double other brands
The Cosmic Crisp apple is starting to hit store shelves now, and it supposedly able to stay fresh for up to a year if it is kept chilled.
Today's turkeys are a lot bigger — more than double the size — and faster-growing than the birds your parents or grandparents ate.
Farmers are using AI to spot pests and catch diseases — and many believe it’s the future of agriculture
Artificial intelligence allows farmers to increase yields by spotting pests and diseases early — and has led to a new wave of indoor growing startups.
In the European Union, farming subsidies have enriched those in power and created an ‘agricultural mafia’
Europe's farm program is one of the largest globally. It would be difficult to change even though it is fueling corruption, according to the report.
Justin Ownby, a farmer in Cleveland, Tennessee, has been trying to grow a 1,000-pound pumpkin for years.
Urban chickens make great pets and provide you with delicious and cruelty-free eggs. We found the best backyard chicken coops to get you started.
Bees pollinate one out of every three bites of food we eat. Here are just some of the foods we could lose if the world's bees died out.
American farmers say China tariffs are making life worse — and rancher support for Trump is fading fast
The American Farm Bureau told Business Insider that it saw a 13% increase in farm bankruptcies since the start of the trade war.
Brazil’s president is blaming farmers clearing land for the fires raging through the Amazon. Here’s how big Brazil’s farming industr...
Brazil, the world's biggest beef producer, exported a record 1.64 million tonnes of the animal product last year.
Rising emissions could drain foods like rice and wheat of their nutrients, causing a slow-moving global food crisis
A new scientific report from the United Nations confirms research that climate change is decreasing the nutritional value of important food crops.