We live in the information age. Most people can become partially educated on any subject through a quick google search and 10-12 minutes of scrolling. Unfortunately, it can be very difficulty to get accurate information about agriculture on the internet.
There are many things that led me to my love for agriculture, but perhaps the most influential factor was my participation in 4-H.
As we don flannels and carve pumpkins, farmers across the country are continuing to work to ensure we have the ingredients for our favorite fall treats.
My favorite season is April – November…farmers’ market season.
Farmers and ranchers are using technology to improve animal health, welfare, reproduction, record keeping and much more.
How do farmers prepare for hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, wildfires and other extreme weather events?
WeWork, a company which provides shared office spaces, announced it is going vegetarian. It is taking meat and poultry off the menu for their nearly 6,000 staff members at company events and during work travel.
Across the world, animal rights activist extremists harassing and stealing from farmers and ranchers.
Recently, I went on a mission to find some of the best agriculture-friendly podcasts. Throw on your headphones and check them out…
Don’t stop educating and advocating. In the face of adversity, farmers still farm, and, in the same token, we should still advocate.
Jargon gets thrown around quite a bit in agriculture, so here’s a cheat sheet.