Old sugar beet processing plants, or in some cases the land they were located on, are showing new economic development promise.
"It’s just a good place to expand our ranching and provide opportunities to our ranchers to utilize Boyer Ranch and Wolf Springs," says president Russell Begaye.
Coloradans legalized growing hemp at the same time they approved recreational marijuana in 2013, but seeds have been hard to come by.
2018 will bring jobs. In fact, CU's outlook is forecasting 47,100 new jobs.
Colorado broke heat records in November. That could hurt next season's yield.
Manure runs downhill. It’s just a matter of where it ends up.
Pagosa Springs goes in for geothermal greenhouses.
The dramatically falling price of marijuana has cultivators looking to curb costs.
State Agriculture Commissioner Don Brown wants to train counselors at the Colorado Crisis Center hotline to respond to farmers in emotional distress.
Cargill discriminated against Muslim employees by refusing to let them pray during breaks, the EEOC says.