Andria Jones-Bitton works with farmers to train them in mental health literacy. “When we talk about using more technology to produce more food,” she says, “we need to talk about the impact that has on the people producing food, their animals, families and financial bottom lines.”
Goats are a vital commodity in impoverished countries but a devastating viral disease is targeting the goat and sheep populations.
A decades-long family cohort study is exploring how our eating habits are formed — and how we can change them for the better
A new survey by the Ontario Veterinary College has found high anxiety levels among Canadian farmers. Researchers hope the findings can be used to develop programs to help agricultural producers better manage stress, anxiety and depression
While the risk to humans has so far been low, the unpredictability of the avian flu virus requires a multi-pronged approach to prevention.
It was the dairies who promoted Louis Pasteur’s process
The old joke is that brown cows make chocolate milk. They do not, of course. Instead, dairy cows could make something even better: cancer-fighting milk.