A new grant will allow ISU researchers to study how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the U.S. food supply chain with the goal of finding short- and long-term solutions to increase resiliency against future disruption.
Farmers continue to weather the extremes of 2020. From drought, derecho and wildfires, to a sudden loss in demand, 2020 is proving to be an obstacle course for agriculture. Here are the mental health signs to watch.
Here are practical ways producer decision-makers can recruit talented future leaders for their operations—and learn and apply their unique experiences and talents, says Merck Animal Health’s Shannon Kellner.
For John Phipps, Farm Journal Field Days, a pioneering effort, surpassed his expectations. He explains why it's an example of the adjustments we are all making in our lives to make our lives more livable.
Taiwan paved the way for an eventual free trade deal with the United States on Friday by announcing an easing of restrictions on the import of U.S. beef and pork, as they look to boost ties with Washington.