In honor of Turkey Lover’s Month, I’d like to share some insights I learned from visiting a turkey farm and a cranberry bog.
As a student studying animal agriculture and science at a diverse university, I have found that one question takes prevalence over all others regarding dairy: “Why do dairy farmers take the baby calves away from their mothers?”
Farmers and ranchers are using technology to improve animal health, welfare, reproduction, record keeping and much more.
Farmers are dedicated to the health and well-being of their animals. So when the weather gets hot and humid, they take many steps to ensure their livestock are happy and healthy!
Farmers are the 24/7 caretakers of livestock and poultry – whether it’s 64 degrees or -2 degrees!
We’ve all heard the word sustainability, but what does it really mean? For farmers and ranchers, it’s a promise to future generations.
November is the perfect time to reflect on why we are thankful for everything we have been given in our lives.
Some children grow up in the suburbs, others in the big city, some live in large mansions, others in small apartment buildings, but I believe I had the best place of all to grow up.
We are all consumers. We all have our preferences regarding the types of foods we like to purchase and eat,
During my collegiate studies, I have had the opportunity to meet and speak with some of the hardworking individuals who look over these cows and provide high-quality dairy products for American families. Here are five things to know about dairy farming.