Today’s farms are fewer and bigger.
Inexpensive corn might be good for you, but it's no good for corn farmers.
A basic primer: Why antibiotic resistance is a problem, what farms have to do with it, and why some people think the FDA's rules don't go far enough.
A recent study found that farming in Kansas could peak by 2040 unless serious water-saving measures are taken.
A look at new research on the effects — both good and bad — of covering the planet in pest-controlling chemicals.
Mom and pops still produce 87 percent of our food, because they've kept up with the times.
About 80 percent of the farm bill goes toward food stamps. Many Republicans want to change that.
The biggest U.S. drought in half a century is devastating farms across the Midwest. Crops are wilting. Food prices are on the rise. Under the circumstances, then, does it still make sense for the government to divert a hefty portion of the nation's corn output into making fuel?