Researchers are studying if strawberries could be a new cash crop for farmers in northern New Mexico.
Drought-hammer farmers in some parts of the state say conditions are the worst they've ever seen, and now the fate of this year's chile crop hangs in the
Friday marked the beginning of the irrigation season for the middle Rio Grande Conservancy District as the ongoing drought weighs heavily on water allotments.
A water war is about to boil over in southeastern New Mexico where one irrigation district is demanding water from another with potential consequences for a
An New Mexico State University professor is developing tools to show New Mexico's farmers and ranchers how they can use one of our state's most plentiful
Farmers in a revered peanut-growing region along the New Mexico-Texas border should be celebrating one of the best harvests in recent memory.
Problems continue at a New Mexico peanut plant linked to a nationwide salmonella outbreak. The plant has been closed for weeks, and the recall of products
A local business is offering a big prize for the person who can kill the most coyotes. One hunter sees it as cruel entertainment, but Calibers Shooting Range
During a drought where water becomes scarce, agricultural producers wonder if there is a way to be more efficient with the natural resource, but not decrease
A family harvest photo from Deming shows 3-year-old Ethan Garcia measuring up to a melon.
Winning the title of New Mexico's Best Green Chile Cheeseburger is a big deal, but this year the big trophy is getting a chilly reception and is smothered in
After garnering a lot of attention, a Roswell business' plan to begin slaughtering horses is on hold although the owners aren't calling it quits just yet.
A rockslide that blocked an irrigation ditch has cut off water to hundreds of farmers in the Kirtland area.
The state Livestock Board says it will have an inspector at fairs across New Mexico to prevent the spread of a virus that gives animals blister-like lesions.
A pest first found in Valencia County apple orchards two years ago emerged early this year bringing with it the threat of economic damage to commercial
After undercover video of alleged abuses at an animal auction went public, horse rescue organizations are suddenly swamped with animals.