As farmers look to the 2013 growing season, none relish the thought of having a repeat of 2012.
While both Michigan’s egg producers and the Michigan Farm Bureau might agree that there should be national standards for the production of eggs, they differ on how to arrive at that destination.
Downtown Grand Rapids offers all the right ingredients to attract national restaurant chains.
While all eyes are focused on the fast-approaching fiscal cliff, another legislative drama is being played out behind the scenes: the 2012 Farm Bill.
What was once seen as an interesting science fair project is looking more like it has potential to be a commercial reality.
West Michigan and the Netherlands share much more than a common ancestry and many familiar family and city names.
Those wine enthusiasts that immediately pass on Michigan wines in favor of more complex quaffs may want to give the state’s 2012 vintages another look.
Restaurant operator Meritage Hospitality Group Inc. announced it has acquired three Wendy's restaurants in North and South Carolina.
Like the proverbial canary in the mine, the first apple processors to feel the squeeze from this year’s bad harvest are the cider mills.
A mere 15 months after launching an offbeat diner in downtown Grand Rapids, owner Ryan Cappelletti has reached the enviable position where he can hand over the keys to his fellow workers.
For Marrone Bio Innovations Inc., Michigan wasn’t the first choice for its new plant, but it ended up being the best option.
The challenges keep coming for Michigan farmers.
One West Michigan county plans to study whether it can feasibly tap into its historical roots in agriculture to create a new business incubator aimed at creating a sustainable economic future.
With the 16-year-old Arcadia Brewing Co. running out of capacity its longstanding downtown Battle Creek location, Tim Suprise went looking for a new location. He shopped around all of West Michigan before settling on downtown Kalamazoo.
LANSING — As one of the oldest agricultural extension programs in the country, Michigan State University Extension continues to serve the state's farmers and agribusiness communities despite dealing with serious funding cuts over the past four years.
The Michigan State University Extension serves as the cooperative extension service for Michigan and is affiliated with Michigan State University. In essence, it serves to make available MSU's agriculture research to agribusinesses and communities across the state.