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As a boy, you could find Patrick Freeze joyfully immersed in the red, clay soils in Hamilton, Texas. One of seven children of hardworking, blu…

Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists are practicing "tough love" when it comes to preparing wheat for the climate challenges ahead. In growth-chamber experiments in Peoria, Illinois, they're subjecting more than a dozen varieties of this important staple cereal crop to a one-two punch of stressors.

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“We realize that without a new processing facility, Nebraska cannot grow its dairy sector and then we couldn’t discover new markets for our farmers.”

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After close to a decade of work, researchers from South Dakota State University have posted their findings on the impact prairie dogs have on …

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While African swine fever ravages the swineherd in southeast Asia, researchers at SDSU have begun to study how diseases like ASF dissipate overtime when disposing of dead pigs. “We hope this is one of those research projects we do that we’ll never need,” Thaler said.

Reduced-lignin alfalfa, considered easier for cattle to digest, is the focus of a study underway by a team of Kansas State University and Univ…

A 2016 federal report that said farmers had the highest suicide rate among all occupations was replaced last year with a study that found a hi…

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