Michigan's Wine Grape Industry Grows At Rapid PaceUSDA reports a doubled growth in Michigan's wine grape acreage based on last year's Michigan Fruit Survey.
Michigan Gets Online Tool For Food Inspection ResultsThere's a new tool to help people find out about inspection results from more than 19,000 retail food establishments in Michigan.
Michigan Puppy Contracts Eastern Equine EncephalitisThe Michigan Department of Agriculture has confirmed a case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis in an eight-week-old Van Buren County puppy
State Ag Officials Back Rural Broadband, Connect MichiganThe Michigan Commission of Agriculture and Rural Development has formally expressed support for the growing movement to boost broadband capacity and adoption throughout rural Michigan.
Michigan To Receive $1.3M In US Agriculture GrantsProposals to promote western Michigan agri-tourism, expand the state's plum market and try new technology for growing asparagus and dry beans are among nearly two dozen that will share in $1.3 million in federal agriculture grants.
Company Fined For Overcharging Consumers The Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development has fined a Colorado-based company for shorting consumers buying their boneless skinless chicken breast singles, sold at Sams Clubs Stores across the state.
Gov. Snyder Changes Agriculture Department's Name
Indulge Safely This HolidayThe Michigan Department of Agriculture reminds consumers to take a few precautions when preparing holiday meals and treats.
Neogen's Creagh To Lead Michigan Ag DepartmentThe Lansing food safety testing developer Neogen Corp. said Wednesday that its director of industry affairs Keith Creagh would take a leave of absence to serve as director of Michigan's Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.