Food Dialogues Blog

Who we are, how we work, and why we love what we do.

What ‘Local’ Should Mean To You

Locally grown. Locally served. You probably see these two terms on your menu when you’re at a restaurant or buying beef in the meat case, right?…
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The Truth About Dairy With Carla Wardin

Carla Wardin and her husband Kris are dairy farmers in St. Johns, Michigan, where they milk 400 cows and raise corn and alfalfa to feed…
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Protecting Bees and Butterflies to Promote Pollination on our Farm

We established 16 acres of pollinator habitat on my farm this year planting 3-5 acre plots of prescribed perennial grasses and wild flowers within 6…
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Celebrate National Burger Day with Italian Meatloaf Hamburgers

You know what I've decided? Dietitians are a misunderstood group and burgers get a bad rap. Case in point -- today is National Burger Day,…
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Prairie Pride Poultry Tour

I recently had the opportunity to visit with Dan Hromas at his farm, Prairie Pride Poultry. Dan is an egg and poultry producer living just…
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Using Trust, Transparency and Taste to Engage with Consumers

Faces of Farming and Ranching Jay Hill poses with the owners of FARMesilla at the future site of their farm-to-market store expected to open early…
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Sustainable Since 1958

Sustainable Since 1958 Doug Wolf, a USFRA Board Member, is a partner in Wolf L&G Farms LLC with his wife and son. His parents bought…
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Healthy and Comfortable Animals is our Number One Priority

Farmers and ranchers constantly work toward a common goal – improving conditions for their animals. It’s something consumers care about – and I want you…
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Proper Animal Care Combines Science and Compassion

I grew up in suburban New York but always dreamed of being a farmer. I followed this passion to Colorado State University where I studied…
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Sustainable Since 1921

Sustainable Since 1921 Janna Stubbs owns a cow-calf farm in Alpine, Texas, with her husband whose family has been in agriculture for more than 100…
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