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Scientists tracked chickens and found they have their own daily routines, just like us
Understanding these patterns could help make farmed hens healthier and happier
Cage-free chickens keep winding up with broken bones, and scientists are looking for a solution
Million dollar birdie
Ants perfected farming 30 million years ago in the desert
And you can’t even keep your succulent alive
From space sprouts to landmine legumes, here are the world’s weirdest farms
Across the globe, above the globe, under the globe...
Half of your bread’s environmental impact comes from fertilizer
Your morning loaf holds a C02 intensive surprise
How to survive the ‘Little House’ books
The Ingalls family almost died. A lot.
How to make eggs without any chickens
The future of food doesn't have to involve animals
Homeopathy doesn’t work for cows, either
To use fewer antibiotics, farmers are turning to pseudoscience instead
Could underwater farming feed the world?
Ocean-bound entrepreneur envisions ecological restoration and economic revival.
Farmers Are Using Bees To Spread Nature’s Own Pesticides
Biological pesticides, from bacterial toxins to bee-borne fungi, are a hot trend in agriculture. But harnessing nature is no easy task.