The Alabama Department of Agriculture & Industries (ADAI) is accepting applications for two annual programs which recognize and celebrate family farms that have impacted Alabama history and agriculture.
Eight poultry purveyors definitely have something to crow about after making it into the semi-final […]
MONTGOMERY, Ala., June 10 — Alabama farmers joined businesses, local governments, and landowners across the […]
Towering pines line roadways in Alabama, a state where construction is booming, and lumber prices are soaring. Meanwhile, timberland owners whose raw materials are in demand suffer stagnant timber values.
Low market prices forced Alabama cotton farmers to plant fewer acres in 2020, resulting in a 294,000-bale decrease, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Timber owners adversely affected by Hurricane Michael in 2018, in addition to the Lee County tornadoes of March 2019, can apply for financial relief. Applications open June 14.