U.S. Department of Agriculture
The bright green alfalfa fields appear like a surreal oasis tucked into the rolling hills of desert shrubbery that extend south as far as the eye can see.
Colorado’s snowpack is getting closer to normal after an unseasonably cool and wet April.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved new designations allowing farmers and ranchers around the West, including nine Colorado counties, to seek federal aid to get through the drought.
Three years ago, Boulder County rancher Bill Berg was yielding about 1,000 bales of hay from his fields. Last year, Berg was lucky to pull 450 bales from his land – 9 acres of which had turned into a “dust bowl.”
Scientists say recent winter storms could be a sign of a bounce back after a dry start to the season.
Skyrocketing hay prices have prompted a similar spike in hay thefts in northern Colorado.
Sen. Mark Udall says a $50,000 federal grant will help repair and rehabilitate 50 homes of lower-income, rural families in five southwest Colorado counties.
It might not be such great news for those who pour it on cereal, but recent increases in milk prices have offered some relief for dairy producers struggling to keep their heads above water.
Federal officials on Thursday released the latest iteration of their national wildfire management strategy as they deal with limited resources and an active fire season.
A California company is recalling organic baby spinach that’s sold in Colorado.
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