Some industries and employers will feel the impact much harder — and sooner — than others.
Leon Rodriguez, former DHS director of immigration, and Ali Noorani, National Immigration Forum, weigh in on how the growing number of deportations under President Trump may effect the economy.
CNBC's Aditi Roy reports on how tightening immigration enforcement and the growing number deportations may impact agriculture.
Francesc Ortega, Queens College Associate Professor of Economics, weighs in on the economic impact of the immigration crackdown.
Farm machinery giant Deere sees signs the agriculture market is 'nearing bottom' as it raises full-year guidance.
Will Happer says he resents being called a 'climate denier,' and says carbon dioxide is actually good for the planet.
Craig Underwood, a forth generation farmer in California, weighs in on the farm economy, the competition, rising costs and labor shortages.
At a hearing with the Senate Banking Committee, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen answers questions about farming and loans.
Whole Foods Market will close nine stores in the current second quarter while also moderating its store growth plans.
President Donald Trump's protectionist policies will not prevent the $43 billion takeover of Syngenta by ChemChina, says an "entirely confident" Erik Fyrwald.
Syngenta CEO Erik Fyrwald talks about crop prices and how a changing inflationary environment may or may not impact the company.
A food and ag coalition called on President Trump to support Asia-Pacific trade and to reduce or eliminate tariffs and restrictive policies.
Mexico's avocado producers have bought airtime in this year's Super Bowl for a message that's anything but political.
The Northrop Grumman-BAE Systems team exited the T-X trainer jet competition, making it the second team to leave the competition this month.
Maybe we can thank bacon ice cream sundaes for the surge in frozen pork belly demand, NBC News reports.
The poultry industry's fast-growth strategies are plaguing the chicken we eat, Buzzfeed reports.
A report predicts that within 10 years more than 70 percent of consumers will shop for food online.
Amid the talk of trade wars, American beef producers see a golden opportunity overseas with Britain leaving the European Union.
Although half the state is still in some form of drought, none of the state is in the most critical level.
If the US were to impose some kind of duties, China may respond by taking action against agricultural industries.