Bernie Sanders Calls for a National Right-to-Repair Law for Farmers

Sanders becomes the third presidential candidate to say that farmers should have the ability to fix their own tractors.
Matthew Gault
Views My Own

What I Learned from Debating Animal Farmers Online

As a vegan, I was personally attacked by some farmers, but many attempted to actually teach me something.
Jessica Scott-Reid

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.
Bettina Makalintal
Rise Up

Black Farmers Are Reclaiming The Industry from Racism, Stereotypes and a Difficult Past

Many African-Americans don’t want to get into farming because of its painful history, but a new generation is making the land their own.
Emily Weitz
Important Questions Raised By...

We Asked Farmers Why Pop Stars Keep Running Through Fields of Crops

Wheat's going on?
Patrick Heardman
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Disgruntled Farmer Allegedly Sprayed 'Wave of Manure' at Border Patrol Car

The Vermont man apparently grew angry when the officer refused to track down immigrants working on a nearby farm.
Drew Schwartz

New App Aims to Save the Rainforest Without Leaving Local Farmers Behind

The new tech empowers local farmers to take care of their communities and save the rainforest byproducts you use on a daily basis.
Aaron Barksdale
Watch out for that tree

Farmers Could Have Teams of Tarzan Robots Swinging Around Their Fields in the Future

The king of the jungle is moving to the farm.
Grennan Milliken
odd jobs

Working at a Slaughterhouse Is as Gruesome as You Thought

We hide animal tongues in our friend's lunch and de-plug pig hair from broken machines.
Hannah Ewens

Could an App for Farmers Help Save the World’s Bee Population?

A new app from researchers at the University of Vermont allows farmers to virtually trial methods of encouraging bees to thrive and pollinate crops on their land.
VICE Staff

Are America's Top Chicken Processors Acting as a Cartel?

Is there a shadowy, underground cartel of poultry processors colluding to screw over America’s hard-working chicken farmers?
Alex Swerdloff

The 'Right to Repair' Movement Is Being Led by Farmers

Farmers are pushing back against legislation that prevents them from fixing their own equipment. If successful, it will be a huge victory for consumers.
Kaleigh Rogers