Agriculture

USDA delays deadline for farmer aid to offset tariff losses

Jan 9, 2019

Farmers already reeling from low prices and uncertainty amid the nation's trade dispute with China are welcoming a decision to delay a deadline for federal aid because of the partial government shutdown

Good news for wild blueberries in faltering No. 1 state

Jan 6, 2019

Maine agriculture officials say the growers in the No. 1 wild-blueberry state suffered another bad year, but there are reasons to believe the troubled industry is about to turn a long-awaited corner

Japan's whaling decision could affect Alaska Native whalers

Jan 5, 2019

Japan's decision to leave the International Whaling Commission could have consequences on subsistence whaling by Alaska Natives

Animal advocates: Fatal zoo mauling shows need for crackdown

Jan 1, 2019

Animal welfare advocates say fatal mauling of intern illustrates need to crack down on unaccredited exhibitors

The Latest: Woman killed by lion recalled as 'quiet, sweet'

Jan 1, 2019

An intern fatally attacked by a lion at a North Carolina wildlife center is being remembered as a sweet person and wonderful student

The Latest: Authorities ID woman killed by escaped lion

Dec 31, 2018

Authorities have identified the victim of a fatal lion attack at a wildlife conservatory in North Carolina

Aho leads Carolina past Bruins 5-3 on Whalers Night

Dec 24, 2018

Sebastian Aho and Teuvo Teravainen each had two goals and two assists and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Boston Bruins 5-3 while wearing Hartford Whalers uniforms for the first time since moving 21 years ago

FDA casts shadow on hemp win, calling CBD products illegal

Dec 22, 2018

The hemp industry still has work ahead to win legal status for hemp-derived cannabidiol, or CBD oil, as an ingredient in food or dietary supplements despite the big farm bill President Donald Trump signed this week designating hemp as an agricultural crop

Fiance accused of killing Colorado woman missing for month

Dec 22, 2018

A mystery surrounds why and how a Colorado woman was killed vanishing for a month

Trump reminisces about 'Green Acres,' signs farm bill

Dec 21, 2018

President Donald Trump tweeted video of himself singing "Green Acres" before he signed a massive, $867 billion farm bill.

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