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The China trade war and draught will hit U.S. cotton growers hard again in 2020, including Alabama, the ninth largest producing state, where cotton...
An insurance executive transforms himself into a small farmer —a locally sourced food entrepreneur.
Alabama farmers who have been impacted by natural disasters in 2018 and 2019 can now apply for federal assistance.
Bipartisan legislation to help family farmers avoid bankruptcy has been signed into law by President Donald Trump.
Looking for locally grown food? Now you can look for the Sweet Grown Alabama logo and know that the product is grown by an...
Only about 4 percent of farmland is irrigated in Alabama, but the state is also the fourth wettest in the nation.
Approximately 200 farmers, gardeners, community leaders, young people and other advocates for local and sustainable food will convene in Fairhope this December for the Food & Farm Forum.