Recent California storms are expected to improve some of the most severe drought conditions in parts of the Golden State.
Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant discusses the deal between Bayer and Monsanto and what the upcoming Trump administration could mean for the company.
The outlook for agricultural commodities is seen as improved in 2017 despite demand risk that could pressure corn and soybeans.
The FDA extended the comment period for using "healthy" on food labels, opening the door for Trump to change the rules.
Agriculture is more vulnerable to boom and bust cycles. CNBC's Jane Wells reports.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the sentiment from farmers surrounding President-elect Donald Trump's trade rhetoric.
Soybean crops are expected to be good in the year ahead, says Ariel Haendler at Nidera Group.
Panera intends to be the first national restaurant to align its broiler chicken policy with the Global Animal Partnership's Broiler Chicken Standard.
Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant discusses why the Trump administration should approve of Bayer’s takeover of his company.
Western Australia is turning to tourism and agriculture to rejuvenate its economy, says Colin Barnett, premier of Western Australia.
Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp from North Dakota is President-elect Trump's top choice as Agriculture Secretary, according to a report.
Tom Vilsack, Agriculture secretary, offers his thoughts to Iowa Gov. Terry Brandstad about trade relations with China.
David Dawe at the Food Agriculture Organization of the UN says that achieving zero hunger by 2030 is possible, but more investment in agriculture is needed.
Farmers say they helped put Donald Trump over the top. Here's what they now say they want in return.
Workers on farms worry things could get tougher if Donald Trump does away with the NAFTA agreement.
Phil Peters, Lexington Institute VP, and Jose Fernandez, Gibson Dunn, discuss how Fidel Castro's death will impact U.S.-Cuba business relations.
Stefan Vogel, head of agri-commodity markets research at Rabobank, says biofuels aren’t driving agri-commodity prices as much now, but rather consumption on the human and feeding side.
Silicon Valley is cultivating relationships on the family farm, with coders, analysts and entrepreneurs eager to work in agriculture.
Wasted food and the impact on world hunger is discussed by DSM's Anthony Hehir and Trove's Sam Kass.
President-elect Donald Trump's tough talk on China comes at a time when the Asian nation is hungry for U.S. food and ag products.