Food Safety > February 26, 2015
Michigan dairy farmer Carla Wardin, a Face of Farming & Ranching, gives a tour of a day in the life of a dairy cow, and follows milk's journey from the parlor where it's milked through cooling,...
Think corn, soybeans, cotton, and other crops that can be easily traded, stored for a long time, and grown in large quantities. The Faces of Farming & Ranching share their stories about how commodity crops work on their farms.
Meet #PetuniaThePig, a one month old purebred Yorkshire gilt and social media maven! Follow along with daily pictures of her life on the farm as she grows into a shoat (a pig roughly 20-39 pounds) and eventually a grown pig (280-300 pounds). Thomas...
Getting ready for a special Valentine’s Day dinner? Learn about food terms like “local” and “organic” during the #FoodD Twitter chat Thursday, February 12 from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Central. Use #FoodD on Twitter to join the conversation or just follow...
Farmers are using new methods and materials to make cows the most comfortable farm animals around.
Thomas says, “Character is not what you do when no one is watching, but rather character is what you do when your three-year-old is watching.”
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.