Humane Society of the United States? Still don’t trust ‘em!
If we don’t tell the public about agriculture, who will? You know who will. So are you ready to start talking yet?
“2012 will bring an added emphasis to a different kind of food celebrity — the farmer.”
Why do bad things happen to good people? And what are the rest of us supposed to do now?
This year’s Sports Illustrated’s Sportswoman of the Year developed her ball skills in the hayloft of her family’s barn. And the farm work ethic helped build Pat Summitt’s eight NCAA championships with the Lady Vols of the University of Tennessee.
Purdue’s Otto Doering: “We have a tendency in the U.S. to socialize losses and privatize gains.” Don’t expect to see much of that in the next farm bill.
The gospel song All Good Gifts, from the Broadway musical Godspell, is one of my favorite songs at this time of the year. I think it’s because it marries the gratitude of the season with a grower’s perspective. Planting a seed each season is simply an act of faith. We can do everything we can [...]
Your gut is a combination of your head and your heart. Your knowledge and your passion. Trust it.
The opportunity is there for the future of agriculture. Just open the refrigerator.
The future of food production will include a “mosaic of different farming systems,” as one agronomist recently put it. But the systems still have to be sustainable — and that means economically sustainable, too.