We may not all play on “Team Agriculture” but it has a huge role in our lives and we need to get behind it to ensure a successful future for it!
When I was younger, my mom used to joke that if I could choose between a day at an amusement park and a day at the barn, I would choose the barn every time.
Currently there is a great need to bridge the communication gap regarding the truth that serves as the backbone of American animal agriculture.
The road that takes our food from fields to our plate may never cross the minds of grocery shoppers. Most
The Animal Agriculture Alliance recently released a new campaign highlighting the importance of animal protein in a healthy, balanced diet.
Explaining agricultural practices to someone not involved in agriculture can be challenging at times, but as a rule of thumb
Kay Johnson Smith, President and CEO at the Animal Agriculture Alliance, joins us this week to share her experience at
All of us at the Alliance just got back from an action-packed, fun-filled week in Kansas City, Mo. for our
When a farmer wants to tell his story, you listen (and take notes if you’re a communications intern). David Gevry
Growing up on Maryland’s Eastern Shore means that, as a local, your family are either farmers or watermen. My family