Agriculture

Drone company wants to launch at Casselton airport

Mar 21, 2018

An international defense and electronics company wants to launch crop-surveying drone from the Casselton Regional Airport

Emails show FEMA silent amid chaos after Hurricane Maria

Mar 21, 2018

FEMA was unresponsive despite urgent requests from supermarkets in Puerto Rico for fuel to keep food from spoiling after Hurricane Maria, letter says

Ag official who backed Trump expected to get US Senate nod

Mar 20, 2018

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant is preparing to fill an upcoming vacancy in the U.S. Senate, and Republican sources tell The Associated Press that he will choose the state agriculture commissioner who helped advise Donald Trump's campaign in 2016

On the menu for McDonald's: Cut greenhouse gas emissions

Mar 20, 2018

McDonald's is trying to cut greenhouse gases, and changing the way the beef in Big Macs and Quarter Pounders is produced

If you savor scallops, good news: Price drop may be in store

Mar 17, 2018

Scallops are already one of the most readily available higher-priced seafoods to consumers, and prices could fall this year

Forecasters warn of fires, crop damage across US high plains

Mar 16, 2018

Rainfall received across the United States' southern high plains since October has been ridiculously low, and forecasters warned Friday that the intensifying drought has resulted in critical fire danger and crop damage

USDA rejects Mercy for Animals humane bird slaughter request

Mar 16, 2018

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has rejected a petition from an animal rights group that sought more humane treatment for turkeys and chickens sent to slaughter

2 bison slaughter protesters arrested in Yellowstone park

Mar 16, 2018

Two people protesting the slaughter of bison after they leave Yellowstone National Park have been arrested after chaining themselves to cement-filled barrels in an effort to prevent trucks from taking bison to slaughterhouses

The Latest: Forecasters warn of fire danger, crop damage

Mar 16, 2018

Forecasters say the amount of moisture received across the United States' southern high plains in recent months has been ridiculously low, resulting in critical fire danger and winter wheat crops being reduced to stubble across several states

Couple in US illegally killed speeding away from agents

Mar 16, 2018

A husband and wife in the country illegally lost control of their vehicle as they sped away from U.S. immigration authorities and died in a crash in California

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