Hemp Is Good, but Probably Won't Save America's Struggling Farmers
Experts worry that hemp advocates have overhyped its potential as a cash crop in the US.
Brexit Is a Nightmare for Farmers’ Mental Health
Many British agricultural workers already struggle with rural isolation and financial strain. Now, Brexit uncertainty is making things significantly worse.
World War II Grenades Keep Ending Up in Food Factories and Restaurants
Trenches that were filled with explosives often ended up as farm fields, still laced with forgotten bombs.
Britain Must ‘Seriously Consider’ a Meat Tax, Says MP
Green MP Caroline Lucas made the controversial proposal at the Oxford Farming Conference today.
PETA Requests English Village Change Its Name from ‘Wool’ to ‘Vegan Wool’
Fighting the good fight.
What It’s Like to Run a Dairy Farm When No One Drinks Milk Anymore
As milk sales decline and dairy-free diets become more popular, what does the future look like for Britain’s dairies?
Where Are All the Young Farmers?
Even in Wales, where 88 percent of the land area is in agricultural use, just 3 percent of farmers are under 35.
Why These Pig Farmers Just Opened a Vegan Sausage Factory
Heck is one of the UK's best-selling pork sausage brands, but now the family-run company is turning to vegan products.
This Farmyard Fitness Festival Wants to Get Millennials Drinking Milk Again
“I know a lot of young people don’t see milk as particularly healthy. It’s the same with meat—why do people not buy brisket anymore?”
The Future of Milk Production Could Be This Floating Dairy Farm
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.
Farming Edible Birds' Nests Is a Stinky But Lucrative Business
I was given a rare glimpse inside a bird spit farm in Vietnam. The stuff sells for upwards of $500 a pound, but it ain't pretty.
Farming as Resistance: Reviving Indigenous Agricultural Practices in Palestine
"If we as Palestinians cannot produce our own food, build our own shelter, have our own energy—how can we get rid of this occupation?”