A U.S. government initiative continues to help countries increase agricultural production and nutrition, one community at a time.
Many people of Chinese heritage in the U.S. are turning to farming, choosing what crops to grow based on personal interests as well as market demand.
Learn what happened on the first U.S. Department of Agriculture trade mission to Taipei and why Taiwan is a solid market for U.S. agricultural products.
U.S. technology that helps U.S. farmers monitor their cattle's health also is being used on cows in Brazil, sheep in Norway and camels in Saudi Arabia.
Secretary Pompeo emphasizes America's global leadership in agriculture during a trip to Iowa and notes U.S. generosity in food donations.
American youth organization 4-H recognizes future leaders in the U.S. agricultural community with the Youth in Action Award. See how they won.
American farmers are selling more of their high-quality products to the rest of the world than ever before in the history of U.S. agriculture.
Kansas State University scientists are partnering with Brazilian researchers in finding creative ways to stop wheat blast disease.
Discover how farmers and food professionals from Moldova, Brazil and Nigeria are strengthening their agricultural systems with U.S. innovations.