Best Turkeys In Detroit: Farm Fresh vs. SupermarketCheck this list for the best places to buy turkeys in Detroit.
Detroit's Urban Agriculture Zoning Moves AheadDetroit's planning commission has approved the city's new urban agriculture zoning ordinance.
6 Michigan Cases Linked to Salmonella OutbreakState health officials and local health departments in Michigan are working with their counterparts in 19 other states and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the investigation of a salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupe.
Apple Cider Prices SkyrocketThe price of cider is way up in Michigan due to an early spring, drought conditions and a damaging freeze.
Michigan Farmers Welcome Rain As Crops StruggleIs this steady rain enough to take the edge off the drought for local farmers?
Agriculture Dept. Head Works To Boost Food Industry, SafetyThe new head of the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is moving forward with efforts to boost the state's agriculture exports, encourage job-creation in the food industry and make sure farmers get the support they need amid this year's extreme weather.
More Michigan Counties Getting Disaster DesignationFarmers in four western Upper Peninsula counties are expected to be eligible for low-interest loans due to heat and drought-related crop damage and losses.
175 Acres In Detroit Could Be Used To Grow TimberA company that wants to put vacant Detroit land to agricultural use may be allowed to buy about 175 acres on which to grow and harvest timber under a plan expected to be considered soon.
Now Available: 2012 Michigan Agri-Tourism GuideJust in time for spring bedding plants, hanging flowering baskets, nursery stock and fresh Michigan asparagus, the 2012 Michigan Agri-Tourism Guide is now available online and in print.
City Tables Issue, Wants Woman To Discuss Backyard Farm With NeighborsAfter a three-hour hearing, city officials have decided to "butt out" of the debate over a Livonia woman's pet chickens and goats.
Neighbors Face Off Over Backyard Farm”Let me keep my goats.” That’s what a Livonia woman will ask city officials at a zoning hearing Tuesday night.
Neighbors Face Off Over Backyard FarmThe battle lines have been drawn in a Livonia neighborhood over a family's chickens and goats.