Will Young told Demi Moore he was a pig farmer because he didn't want to be like "everyone" else and admit to being a singer.
Wisconsin produces more cranberries than anywhere else. And nowhere in Wisconsin is the tart red fruit more ubiquitous than the central sands …
One farmer is building a network to grow coffee in California where it’s never prospered before, a passion project like no other.
One upstate New York pumpkin farm celebrates fall and family at their 360-acre U-pick property that attracts thousands each year.
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In Iowa City, Wilson’s Orchard U-pick farm offers much more than 80 varieties; it aims to improve the land for future generations.
Wisconsin's lieutenant governor talks representation and policy on his quest to become first Black U.S. Senator from the dairy state.
Three members of Gov. Tony Evers’ cabinet were confirmed on Tuesday by the Republican-controlled Wisconsin state Senate, ending a years-long standoff over several of the governor’s high-profile appointees.
Gov. Tony Evers and Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday introduced a package of legislation to invest in farmer mental health, rural communities, financial support for farmer education and more.
Two Washington-area visionaries supply the region with pork from impeccably raised heritage breeds of pigs.
Both tragedy and good fortune grew Illinois’ Janie’s Farm and Mill into a bastion of organic ideals and delicious corn.
The family-owned Midwest potato farm focuses on flavorful red and yellow varieties across their 4,000-acre, multistate operation.
Ever bite into a raw potato? The Campbells insist those from their farm are so fresh and delicious, it’s not out of the question.
Community Kitchen Co-op in Monticello is now taking orders for meal deliveries starting in October, with a 20-mile radius that includes much of Madison.
Weatherbury Farm is one of few farms in the U.S. that grows and mills exclusively its own grain — including oats — on the same property.
Wisconsin farmers will have access to an additional $50 million in direct aid to mitigate COVID-19's effects on the industry, Gov. Tony Evers announced.
Applications for the funding are expected to open later this year following the fall harvest.
"Senate appropriators have done everything in their means to help farmers mitigate climate change. Now billions of budget reconciliation dollars must support that vision."
This State Journal local news roundup ran on Aug. 1, 1896:
"Alarmingly, bee populations and other pollinator species have dropped significantly in recent years."
Tips about local Christmas trees, pumpkins or apples are often passed by word of mouth. A new book, “Wisconsin Farms and Farmers Markets," is out this week.