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Dung beetle mothers protect their offspring from a warming world by...

Kimberly S. Sheldon, University of Tennessee If the TV series “Dirty Jobs” covered animals as well as humans, it...

Supreme Court grapples with animal welfare in a challenge to a...

David Favre, Michigan State University Should Californians be able to require higher welfare standards for farm animals that are...

Feeding insects to cattle could make meat and milk production more...

Merritt Drewery, Texas State University The world’s population is growing, and so is the challenge of feeding everyone. Current...

Fertilizer prices are soaring – and that’s an opportunity to promote...

Kathleen Merrigan, Arizona State University Farmers are coping with a fertilizer crisis brought on by soaring fossil fuel prices...

Raising cattle on native grasses in the eastern U.S. benefits farmers,...

Patrick Keyser, University of Tennessee Early on a cool June morning, heavy dew lies on the grass of rolling...

Reducing methane is crucial for protecting climate and health, and it...

Drew Shindell, Duke University Methane, the main ingredient in natural gas, is a larger climate problem than the world...

Llamas are having a moment in the US, but they’ve been...

Emily Wakild, Boise State University With their long eyelashes, banana-shaped ears, upturned mouths and stocky bodies covered with curly wool, llamas look like creatures that...

Fences have big effects on land and wildlife around the world...

Alex McInturff, University of California Santa Barbara; Christine Wilkinson, University of California, Berkeley, and Wenjing Xu, University of California, Berkeley What is the most common...

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Under the Trump administration, US airstrikes are killing more civilians

Steven Feldstein, Boise State University When President Donald Trump took office in January, it was unclear whether the bombast from his campaign would translate into...