The share of Americans who work in agriculture has shrunk from 41 percent in 1900 to less than 2 percent today, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Land retirement is coming to California agriculture. The drought will end someday, maybe even this winter, but farmers will still face long-term shortages of water.
Farm interests are pushing against a recently finalized federal water rule after an analysis by a trade group concluded that the rule "creates even more risk and uncertainty" for those who work the land.
Farm workers gain a pay increase in Mexico, but at what cost?
Droughts and unseasonably warm winters are disrupting the prices of many California-grown crops.
H5N2 avian influenza, or bird flu, has reared its head at a commercial egg-laying facility in northwest Iowa that houses as many as 5.3 million chickens, according to state officials.
Farmers who lament the lack of local butchers may have an answer in prison-based meat processing facilities.
The directive comes as one of the most severe modern droughts drags into a fourth year.
More than 50 years after it first aired, "Harvest of Shame" is just as relevant as ever.