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

Anti-GMO Activists Make S’more Racket…This Time with Pro-Science Girl Scouts

I love cookies, and as a former Girl Scout I always look forward to stocking them during their yearly cookie drive. This year I was…
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The Veterinary Feed Directive from a Farmer’s Perspective

I recently spent time with Dr. Liz Wagstrom, Chief Veterinarian from the National Pork Producers Council, conversing with radio personalities from across the nation about…
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Addressing Misperceptions as a Face of Farming & Ranching

As I look back over my two years serving as one of the Faces of Farming & Ranching for the U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance…
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Women in Farming: Megan B. of the Beef Jar

Hi there everyone! Today, I’m interviewing Megan Brown from Chico, California. She’s a 6th generation, Northern Californian, commercial, cattle, and heritage hog  rancher, who happens…
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What I Wish I had Learned About Agriculture in School

I also rode the school bus past a dairy farm as a kid. We called it the “stinky old dairy farm”. It wasn’t until I…
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What I’ve Learned being a Face of Farming & Ranching

I’ve immensely enjoyed my role as a Face of Farming & Ranching for U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance (USFRA). As these two years come to…
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The Many Interactions as a Face of Farming & Ranching

Two years ago, back in November 2014, five agricultural enthusiasts across the country began a journey together of further developing and defining ourselves as advocates…
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How Did You Celebrate Women’s History Month?

How did you celebrate Women’s History Month? Perhaps taking a closer look at the contributions women have made in agriculture is a good start. Did…
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Why We Grow GMO Corn On Our Farm

When a new iPhone comes out, people are waiting in line overnight.  Technology is embraced. When scientists are able to streamline the genetic modification process…
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GMOs Sustain Our Crops And Our Pigs

For the last 20 years we have utilized technology that has allowed us to become more sustainable, use less natural resources and preserve our land…
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