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Gases emitted during the fermentation of feed react in the atmosphere to turn oxygen into ozone.
The secretary of energy said that agriculture is one of the great resources in the United States.
Chuck and Sally Heath found interesting second careers as wildlife specialists.
The harassment of federal officials is worse than reported.
The mistreatment of horses is getting more attention—but will that help in the long run?
Increasingly, the government is leaving the job in private hands.
Officials find new USDA rules too difficult to follow and ban sales altogether.
The long-neglected, inhuman treatment of these noble animals must be brought to an end.
An upcoming U.N. meeting is likely to question America's ethanol policy and how it gives aid.
Money's not the answer to the honey bee crisis, Agriculture Secretary Ed Schafer tells Whispers.