Farm Size and Ownership > January 26, 2015
Thomas Titus, a member of the second class of Faces of Farming & Ranching, is committed to answering America’s questions about where our food comes from.
On Wednesday, January 28, 2015, Food Dialogues®: Dairy Forum will explore animal care and animal care standards. The panel will discuss the various tools and strategies that farmers, ranchers and veterinarians use to promote animal health and a safe...
Carla Wardin, a member of the second class of Faces of Farming & Ranching, is committed to answering America’s questions about where our food comes from.
Jay Hill, a member of the second class of Faces of Farming & Ranching, is committed to answering America’s questions about where our food comes from.
Darrell Glaser, a member of the second class of Faces of Farming & Ranching, is a turkey farmer from Rogers, Texas. Like Erin Brenneman , he too is committed to answering America’s questions about where our food comes from, and he shares his...
Erin Brenneman, a member of the second class of Faces of Farming & Ranching, is committed to answering America’s questions about where our food comes from.
USFRA acknowledges the contributions of our first class of Faces of Farming & Ranching. They elevate the voice of farmers and ranchers in the discussion about food and agriculture.
1,200 cows milked. 50,000 eggs gathered. 7,000 pigs taken care of. One day’s work for America’s farmers! U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance’s new “How To Farm” videos give you an up-close look at how four farmers tackle BIG jobs. Hosted by blogger...
Farmers and ranchers share how they safely use antibiotics.
See larger version of image here . Take a moment to connect with the farmers and ranchers who grow and raise your food. This holiday season, we invite you to take a moment to connect with the farmers and ranchers who grow and raise your food. Bring...
The new Faces of Farming & Ranching are excited to get to work - sharing their stories, creating a more open dialogue about how food is grown, and putting a real face and an expert voice on agriculture. We sat down with each of them to find out...
Today, we’re pleased to announce the winners of our second class of the Faces of Farming and Ranching program! Erin Brenneman (Iowa), Darrell Glaser (Texas), Jay Hill (New Mexico), Thomas Titus (Illinois) and Carla Wardin (Michigan) were all named...
On Wednesday, November 12, USFRA will bring the voices of farmers and ranchers to the New York Times Food for Tomorrow conference as we host a breakfast and panel discussion, “Big Ag, Big Food: How Being Good for the Environment Is Not about Size”...