A former Agriculture Secretary and Senate Agriculture Committee member says it might be time to strengthen work requirements for able-bodied adults on government nutrition programs.
This week, the Senate could vote on a budget proposal that would have big implications for tax reform efforts.
Buyers of U.S. grains around the world are keeping an eye on the quality that American producers are sending to their shores.
The fourth round of renegotiation talks are happening this week as negotiators from the U.S., Canada, and Mexico seek to update the North American Free Trade Agreement.
The number of political appointees at the Department of Agriculture tripled on Tuesday. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue administered the oath of office to USDA’s two newest employees: Deputy Secretary Steve Censky and Trade undersecretary Ted McKinney.
A Department of Agriculture study is taking a look at nutrient runoff in the western Lake Erie basin.