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Brick Meets Click: 29% of U.S. households now using online grocery

Retail consulting firm Brick Meets Click found in its most recent consumer survey that roughly 37.5 million U.S. households used online grocery services in the month of August.

#FarmON Concert is Tonight: Watch Live at 7 Central

Watch the #FarmON Concert benefiting the 4-H Fourward Fund with Lee Brice, Martina McBride, Justin Moore, Rodney Atkins and more.

Watch a replay of the concert below.

Is Specialty Produce Headed For The Mid-Mississippi Delta?

Increased fruit and vegetable production in the region could be a boon to the economy.

USDA to propose 'game-changing' organic rule soon

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Significant new regulations are coming soon for the National Organic Program.

Conservation Agriculture Gains National Momentum

Farm Journal and foundational partners introduce America’s Conservation Ag Movement special edition of the magazine.

Thanksgiving Meal Price Tag Rises Slightly

In its 34th study, the American Farm Bureau Federation found 2019’s price tag for a traditional Thanksgiving meal rose just one penny to $48.91 for 10 people. This amounts to less than $5 per person.

Texas expands citrus greening quarantine area

The quarantined area for citrus greening disease in Texas has expanded to Brazoria and Galveston counties.

GMOs Are Good For Food And Other Facts

GMOs Are Good For Food And Other Facts

Farmers Beat Steady Drum Of Support For Trump

Farmer support for President Donald Trump is holding steady to nudging slightly higher than it was a month ago, according to the latest Farm Journal Pulse.

JR Simplot Acquires Gene Editing License

J.R. Simplot Company on Monday announced a licensing agreement with DowDuPont Inc., MIT & Harvard, developers of the nascent gene editing technology. Simplot is the first agricultural company to receive such a license.