Two Washington-area visionaries supply the region with pork from impeccably raised heritage breeds of pigs.
A recent study by the Piedmont Environmental Council (PEC) and American Farmland Trust (AFT), spurred by pandemic-related breakdowns in nation…
Both tragedy and good fortune grew Illinois’ Janie’s Farm and Mill into a bastion of organic ideals and delicious corn.
"PRICE REDUCED" Pollards View in Southern Albemarle! Stunning distant Blue Ridge Mountain Views, Pastures, Springs, Streams, Woodlands and fer…
Black farmers once thrived, but now many are barely hanging on as they await promises of debt relief.
BOYDTON, Va. (AP) — There was a time when Black farms prospered.
The family-owned Midwest potato farm focuses on flavorful red and yellow varieties across their 4,000-acre, multistate operation.
Ever bite into a raw potato? The Campbells insist those from their farm are so fresh and delicious, it’s not out of the question.
Weatherbury Farm is one of few farms in the U.S. that grows and mills exclusively its own grain — including oats — on the same property.
Baby goats crowded around 9-year-old Gait Jenkins and his 11-year-old cousin, Taylor Cook, nudging their way over and under every obstacle as they silently sought to be the center of attention.
The fourth-generation farm has 12,000 acres among Indiana, Illinois, Florida and Georgia and works with fellow farmers to grow the industry.
Four regions of the commonwealth covering 22 counties total have applied to the U.S. Department of Agriculture for funds intended to entice large-animal veterinarians to rural regions, citing shortages of the vital professionals.
Celebrate tomato season! A family farm branches out to drink mixes and more, how to choose and store tomatoes, and the history of the bloody mary.
South Carolina’s Seaside Farm has long been growing tomatoes, but they found their way to bloody mary mixes, salsas and more in an effort to reduce waste.
The certified-organic farm is rooted in five generations of family farmers.
In observance of Mental Health Awareness Month in May, American Farm Bureau Federation has increased its efforts to connect farmers and farmin…
“Everybody was devastated, but they couldn’t do anything about it,” remembered Nancy Bullock Napier.
“As we continue to watch urban encroachment and we have this demand to have food produced closer to where people actually live, we’re going to see more and more of it.”
The Kinsey, Alabama, couple has a thriving organic CSA from just a quarter-acre of land.