VICE News’ “Complexify” series takes you down the rabbit hole, to show you why just about everything is more convoluted than you think.
Not much says "America" more than the small dairy farm, and Vermont has spent decades selling that image. Increasingly, it's a relic of a bygone era.
A port in Rotterdam is preparing for the world’s first floating dairy farm, a three-storey concrete raft housing 40 cows and producing 1,000 litres of milk a day.
One cooperative is offering mental health services in hopes of reversing this worrisome trend.
Put on your tinfoil hats, Moore was right about this one too.
Farmers could soon be monitoring their herd’s health via Wi-Fi.
According to research from animal welfare charity World Animal Protection, intensive indoor dairy farming is on the rise in the UK, with at least 97 farms keeping cows inside all year-round.
Our milk supply would be totally, unequivocally screwed without immigrant workers. The complete loss of immigrant labor would cause one in six dairy farms in the US to shut down.
There is an inevitable loneliness and frustration in being the only LGBT person for miles around. But these days a move away to the big city isn't the only option.
Inmates in southeastern Colorado's vast prison complex are working a variety of surprising agricultural jobs, milking goats and cows, planting and harvesting vegetables, farming and filleting fish, and harvesting honey.