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Iowa Farmers Explain How Trump’s Trade War Is Hurting Them
"We're selling beans at a price that's below our cost of production," one farmer said of her soybeans.
Brutal Murder of 19 People in Mexico Could Be Related to Avocado Trade, Expert Says
A researcher believes the horrifying public display of bodies that took place in Uruapan this week stems back to the high demand for avocados.
Oprah Thinks Buying Avocados is 'Ridiculous,' So She Bought an Avocado Orchard
‘Kiwigate’ Is France’s Latest Food Fraud Scam
Fruit producers passed Italian kiwis off as French so they could charge more per fruit and earned over $6 million in profit.
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The Woman Refusing to Let Palestine's Farming Roots Die
Vivien Sansour founded The Palestinian Heirloom Library in hopes to revive plants threatened by occupation, climate change, and agribusiness.
Buying Organic Will At Least Help Save Some Bugs, According to Experts
According to a new study, pesticides and intensive agriculture are causing large-scale insect deaths.
Tinder-Style App Now Ensures Dairy Cows Are Having More Sex Than You
If only online dating was this wholesome for humans.
Insects Are In 'Catastrophic' Decline Worldwide, Scientists Warn
More than 40 percent of insects are at risk of extinction within 100 years.
European Genocide of Indigenous Peoples in the Americas Cooled Earth’s Climate
Some 50 million Indigenous peoples died during the 16th century, a collapse that caused atmospheric carbon dioxide levels to drop.
Scientists Use ‘Breathalyzers’ and Lasers to Measure Cow Burps and Farts
Oklahoma cows belch out about a half-pound of methane daily.
It's Thursday, January 10, and a New Taco Bell Billboard Inexplicably Dispenses Cheese
Plus, what Justin Trudeau won't do for a beer.
The First-Ever Insect Vaccine Is Designed to Protect Bees from Devastating Diseases
The Queen eats the vaccine, and then passes on the immunization to further generations.