Minnesota Department Of Agriculture
There’s a warning out Tuesday night about two brands of raw pet food.
Minnesota’s agricultural exports hit a record $6.8 billion last year. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says that’s up 13 percent, or about $750 million over the previous year.
Minnesota is plotting its next steps in the fight to stop the spread of emerald ash borers.
Minnesota deer hunters will again be able to donate venison to state food shelves this year.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is getting federal help to more quickly trace contaminated food to grocery stores and other distribution points.
Minnesota is offering grants to farmers in 15 counties who suffered losses due to heavy rains and flooding in June.
Minnesota gardeners who grow basil for cooking should be aware of a new fungal disease that attacks the herb.
The winner of Thursday’s Celebrity Butter Carving Contest at the Minnesota State Fair? WCCO’s very own, Rachel Slavik of course. She effortlessly churned out a replica TV and WCCO 4 logo for the title.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says most varieties are ripening one to two weeks ahead of normal, and many orchards already have early-season varieties such as Zestar for sale.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has confirmed a new fruit pest in the state. It’s the spotted wing drosophila, or SWD. The invasive pest originated in Asia and was first […]
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says consumers should not eat fresh cilantro sold at certain stores because of possible salmonella contamination.
An Iowa grower is recalling grape tomatoes distributed in stores in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan because they may contain salmonella.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has rolled out a new web site providing information and resources to help farmers cope with the drought conditions that are deepening across southern and western Minnesota.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is conducting its annual surveys for new and emerging pests in some of the state’s key crops.
The Cass-Clay Creamery of Fargo, N.D., is voluntarily recalling some brands of peppermint bon bon-flavored ice cream because they may contain eggs that aren’t listed on the label.