Just like everyone needs farmers, everyone could benefit from registered dietitians, too!
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
Last week, I gave an overview of some of the more general misconceptions presented at the FARM Animal Rights National
Whether it is the grocery store isle or a sorority function you can ‘bet the farm’ that I will be