It’s the start to a new year and many of us are evaluating our health goals, myself included.
In February, the top individuals and clubs in the 2014 College Aggies Online Scholarship Program traveled to Arkansas to visit
Before I begin, let me introduce myself. My name is Casey Whitaker and I graduated from Auburn University in December
Earlier this month, we posted a blog pertaining to our great #farmtopork blogger tour (http://animalagengage.wordpress.com/2014/10/02/farm-to-pork-blogger-tour/). Since then, these extremely talented
My grandfather always told my sisters and me to treat the cows like ladies because that is exactly what they
When I picture hunger, real hunger, I imagine those commercials about helping the kids in Africa. It’s heart-wrenching how much
Growing up on Maryland’s Eastern Shore means that, as a local, your family are either farmers or watermen. My family
Nothing defines ‘Merica quite like bacon. It’s everywhere you look in this great country, and I am a-okay with that!
As I rode the metro into D.C. this morning for my first day as an intern with the Animal Agriculture
Yesterday, PETA struck again. This time they are attempting to slander a family farm in North Carolina. Blogger and dairy
After attending the Humane Society of the United States’ (HSUS) Taking Action for Animals (TAFA) Conference. I was convinced I knew