A farming education program aims to help people fleeing violence and persecution establish new roots — figuratively and literally.
Even as the American agricultural industry is dominated by big operations, small family farms like the Jantzens' wonder what's next. So Katie, the family's eldest daughter, is eyeing a reinvention.
A city boy came up with a great idea for farmers in Africa: a mini-tractor that costs only $4,000 and has cool digital features.
How fast can you vaccinate a goat? That's one of the challenges in "Female Food Heroes," a contest in Tanzania, Nigeria and Ethiopia.
As farm income plummets, more producers are taking on outside jobs and borrowing from banks just to get by. But economists say the U.S. isn't yet repeating the farm crisis of the 1970s and '80s.
A milk chiller run on manure. A sun-powered pond aerator. These are some of the creative ideas that could change the game for the world's poorest farmers.
Armed with a Ph.D from Columbia University, Ousmane Ndiaye wants to tell farmers when the rain will (and won't) fall. But he's the first to say he's not always right.
Several firms are helping Vermont's small, organic farmers distribute their products outside the state's borders. Buyers in cities like Boston and New York get food they can trace back to the farmer.