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University of California Wants to Bring Edible Schoolyards to Campus

Chef and food activist Alice Waters on Monday night made a big announcement: the University... (more)

Dan Mitchell
March 19, 2014
Unsolved Mystery: Exploding Pig Poop

A year and half and thousands of jars of pig poop later, scientists in the... (more)

Sam Brasch
March 14, 2014
Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus Is Nasty ” and It Could Get Worse

The National Pork Board issued a statement on Tuesday calling Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus its... (more)

Dan Mitchell
March 13, 2014
The Quest to Grow Human Organs Inside Pigs Comes to the U.S.

One of Japan's top stem cell scientists is on his way to California to use... (more)

Sam Brasch
March 13, 2014
Mystery Meat: Questions Still Loom on Giant Beef Recall

There are still more questions than answers about the recall of all the beef processed... (more)

Dan Mitchell
March 6, 2014
Turmoil in Ukraine Presses Uncertainty on Farmers and Investors

Farmers and investors wait to see how the ultra-fertile fields of the Ukraine will ride... (more)

Sam Brasch
March 5, 2014
Flour Mill Merger Has Watchdog Groups Worried for Farmers

Before wheat farmers can turn their crop into your morning piece of toast, they need... (more)

Sam Brasch
March 4, 2014
Betting Big on Precision Ag

It's hard to believe, but seed planting hasn't changed much in the last century. But... (more)

Erin Biba
March 3, 2014
Destroyed by Fertilizer, A Tiny Island Tries to Replant

Phosphate mining for fertilizer gave the tiny nation of Nauru the highest GDP per capita... (more)

Julia LoFaso
March 3, 2014