National Farmer's Day is supposed to celebrate American farmers and their contributions. But some say agriculture is seeded with a myriad of problems.
California's drought may leave nearly a million acres of idle land this year because of a lack of water, a report said on Friday.
MillerCoors has made water conservation one of its key priorities, from its breweries around the country to the farms that supply it.
Fund managers and traders have chased hog prices to record highs on fear of a deadly pig virus. But a market reversal could be possible.
The USDA is forecasting inflation for protein to more than double this year, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
The massive farm bill changes some sacred cow items like crop insurance and commodity subsidies but gives aid for crops out of the mainstream.
Serge Pun, Executive Chairman of Yoma Strategic Holdings, speaks to CNBC's Asia Squawk Box about the firm's expansion into the fields of education, agriculture and logistics in Myanmar.
The Weather Channel's Bill Walsh discusses the potential impact of El Niño, if it develops, and the recent extreme weather volatility.
CNBC's Jane Wells explains why El Niño may return and how it could impact agriculture.
A deal made with Israel could help alleviate California's serious drought problem.
With California in the grips of drought, farmers throughout the state are using a mysterious tool for locating water: dowsers, or water witches.
Scientists are working to ensure astronauts don't die of dehydration. Now those solutions could ease futures droughts on earth.
"I think there's nothing but room for expansion," says Jeff Miller, who runs Diamond Mountain Ranch in California.
Amid rising beef prices, CNBC's Jane Wells looks at the USDA's first ever bison meat survey and speaks to two ranchers who are raising and selling bison meat.
Private equity funds are seeing an opportunity in refurbishing sporting ranches near the Rockies, attracting investors like T. Boone Pickens.
The economic outlook in California, where farmers have been dealing with an epic drought, may not be as barren as the land.
Petitions given to the retailers this week will demand they stop selling pesticides that may be killing billions of honeybees.
One man's drought is another man's opportunity. Some firms could actually benefit from California's water problems.
Look no further than your dinner plate to understand how the new farm bill affects you.
Drought-stricken California farmers are expected to idle 500,000 acres of cropland in a record production loss that could cost billions.