A growing cadre of farmers, chefs, activists, and consumers is moving Alabama back to its rich and sustainable agricultural heritage.
When Thomas Keller, the iconic chef at The French Laundry, made a point to privilege flavor over sustainability in the New York Times recently, he did us all a disservice.
Long known for its grass-fed beef, Argentina has traded in native grasslands for industrial soy farms and feedlots. Fortunately, some ranchers are holding on to tradition while preserving biodiversity.
The time to start crying over spilled milk is NOW. According to researchers from the University of Edinburgh, wasted milk in the U.K. creates the equivalent of 110,000 tons of CO2 every year. That’s equivalent to the emissions from 20,000 …
According to one critic, this four-part HBO series — which begins tonight — offers a systematic examination of the obesity epidemic.
In a state where the proliferation of industrial chicken houses is directly tied to the growing Chesapeake Bay dead zone, it might be helpful to have a governor who isn’t close friends with a top Perdue executive.
Did you know ethanol producers use antibiotics to control the fermentation process? Then those drugs end up in the grain by-products we’re feeding to livestock and dairy cows? We asked the FDA if they have any plans to put a …
Carole Morison talks about her new pasture-based operation and the example she and her husband hope to set for other poultry farmers looking to change the industry.
China’s meat consumption has changed a lot in the last 20 years — so much so that corn to feed industrially raised animals is now more prevalent than rice.