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Chinese Farmer Makes Pigs Fly

A pig zipline makes truck-to-trailer transport a squeal-worthy event.

Meaghan Agnew
September 5, 2014
Scientists: The American Southwest Faces a “Megadrought”

The American Southwest may be looking at a "megadrought," lasting up to 50 years.

Dan Nosowitz
September 2, 2014
Why Perdue Going Organic Could Mean Cleaner Water

Why one of the nation's largest chicken producers is willing to go organic for the... (more)

Rona Kobell
August 15, 2014
Big Kale Backtracks: No Shortage In Sight

Initial reports from Bejo Seeds have been overturned, so your kale chips are safe -... (more)

Monica Kim
August 15, 2014
Just Peachy: Peaches Caught in Crossfire of Russian Trade War

The soft, sweet peach has found itself embroiled in geopolitical controversy.

Charles McFarlane
August 13, 2014
Power Plant: Could Spinach Soon Fuel Cars?

Sure, spinach has a place in your salad bowl, but could you soon be using... (more)

Erin Blakemore
August 13, 2014
Pushing Brussels Sprouts Up a Mountain With Your Nose

No, Kettell didn't eat the sprouts. He pushed them up the mountain - on his... (more)

Charles McFarlane
August 12, 2014
A Bacon-Powered Motorcycle Is Cruising Your Way

Everyone's favorite cured meat has found new life as an eco-friendly, Hormel-sponsored biofuel.

Monica Kim
August 12, 2014
Missouri’s Right to Farm Law Divides the State

Missouri's Right to Farm law passed today. What does it all mean?

Charles McFarlane
August 6, 2014