Other > July 16, 2014
Editor's note: There are enough fascinating facts about dairy farming to fill much more than one month's calendar with content, but we think this post by Dairy Carrie , spotlighting a different dairy...
As we open the 2014 Faces of Farming & Ranching search , USFRA CEO Randy Krotz notes, "The success we experienced with last year’s ambassadors shows us that people want to hear directly from those who are cultivating our food.” Why do you feel...
YOU can be one of the national Faces of Farming & Ranching! U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance is looking for the new Faces of Farming & Ranching . To help put a real face on agriculture, later this year, USFRA will select standout farmers...
Earlier this month, the USDA released reports showing that pesticide use has been driven downward since 1981 , and technical innovations are credited for much of that downward decline. Do you see a decrease on your farm? What innovations help you as...
Today's farmers and ranchers are constantly working to improve upon the past for a strong future, whether it be focusing on animal welfare, increasing our understanding of how farming impacts nutrition, or tapping into the latest technological...
The Food Dialogues returns on June 10th to discuss how food is grown, raised, and marketed in the U.S. today.
When you search GMOs online, how many of the images you come across are actually GMOs? How many of the claims you read are factual? This article from Portland Press Herald discusses the need for skepticism in our personal research about...
How do we continue to break ground in the debate about biotech?
In March 2013, Academy Award-winning director James Moll announced plans for a documentary about the next generation of farmers and ranchers during South by Southwest.
Where do you stand on the use of individual maternity pens?
How will farming and ranching evolve to meet the demands of a growing population?
What does Earth Day mean to farmers & ranchers? We’ve rounded up some great posts.