Every time Roseann Sdoia comes home, she must climb 18 steps — six stairs into the building, 12 more to her apartment. It is an old building in Boston's North End, with doors that are big and heavy, not an easy place for an amputee to live.
Congressman Frank Lucas, chairman of the House Ag Committee, said one of his next priorities is to create a more systematic and consistent process for funding construction of new flood control projects across the nation.
Farmers and ranchers need tax certainty to thrive in a modern economy, and making permanent deductions that expired in 2013 is a good first step, the American Farm Bureau Federation told the House Ways and Means Committee today.
With the annual fair season approaching, officials are recommending changes at livestock shows in an effort to minimize the spread of a virus that has already killed as many as 5 million piglets nationwide.
Trinidad (Colorado) State will unveil the newest addition at the ever-improving Prator Shooting Range with a Grand Re-Opening on April 5. The range is located about six miles southeast of downtown Trinidad and is owned by the Trinidad State Educational...
Crowley County Commissioner Frank Grant refers to it as "Frankenstein's Monster." Commissioner Tobe Allumbaugh calls it "Puff the Magic Dragon."
Jamie Gudeman and Travis Litton, both of Newton, attended the Kansas Livestock Association Leadership Conference in Topeka. They were among 13 beef industry stakeholders to participate in the event, which is designed to expose attendees to various...
Gary Grande is no garden-variety vegetable grower.
It's been almost two months since a long-overdue 1,000-page Farm Bill was finally signed into law, but the process of reading through the fine print and sorting out the policy implications, large and small, is still unfolding.
La Junta Livestock celebrated its 59th anniversary this year. The Hospice Calf was auctioned piece by piece in the make-believe auction, raising about $9,500 for Arkansas Valley Hospice.
Cole Burns, son of Dwight and Jackie Burns of Holly, Colo., was recently awarded the Rod Crum Memorial Scholarship for 2014.
If sharing water equitably between states looks a little murky, consider the prospect of reducing water consumption in a huge livestock and corn-growing area where the economy is critically dependent on agriculture.
Colorado Farm to School and Real Food Colorado are inviting farmers, retailers and consumers to a tour of Fort Lyon and a public discussion on creating a regional food hub at the Las Animas facility Thursday, March 27.
When her Appaloosa foal was born with birth defects, Patti Ansuini persevered in nurturing the descendant of Nez Perce War ponies into a national horse show champion.
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