After a leg injury didn't heal well earlier this year, Lou has difficulty walking. He and his partner, Bill, will be slaughtered at the end of the month, and their meat will be used to feed students at Green Mountain College in Vermont. Nina Keck/Vermont Public Radio hide caption

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Despite Protest, College Plans To Slaughter, Serve Farm's Beloved Oxen
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New Moo-Bile App Helps Keep Cows Cool And Farmers Updated
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Brent Ware, a member of the robotics team at Kansas State, stands next to a planting robot that won a national competition. Jeremy Bernfeld/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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Argentina has long been famous for its grilled beef. But that beef isn't what it was. Galina Barskaya/iStockPhoto.com hide caption

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Early morning view of an automated irrigation system in on a farm in Sudlersville, MD

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Facing Planetary Enemy No. 1: Agriculture
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How much is it worth?

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The Land Boom
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