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Every farmer should be a romantic

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Consumers want to be courted, romanced by your passion for agriculture. And they can only learn about that passion — they can only get to know you — if you are willing to share your story.

Beatitudes for Farmers

Thursday, June 2, 2011

It’s been a tough spring. But there are things we can control that may make a difference, if only to your mental health (which is pretty important). I call them the “Beatitudes for Farmers.”

First place in the Hoard’s Dairyman contest? Give that man a block of cheese!

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

John Winchell is a rock star. Well, not a head-banging musician or Mick Jagger-like rock star, but a dairy rock star. And he’s got the bragging rights — and a traveling trophy — to prove it. You see, Winchell won the 2011 Hoard’s Dairyman cow judging contest in the agri-marketers division, competing against 962 contestants […]

Animal research saves lives of both humans and animals

Friday, May 6, 2011

Those who would decry animal research of any kind are actually hurting future care, health, and treatment of the very animals they proclaim to protect.

There’s a new kid in town: Meet The Social Silo

Monday, April 4, 2011

The Social Silo is the new “social face” of the Farm and Dairy.

Blame game won’t feed the world

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Rising food prices. Everyone’s talking about them. And everyone’s pointing fingers of blame.

Ohioans, get ready for another HSUS battle

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Reading between the HSUS lines: “We’ll say we’ll negotiate with agriculture, but if we don’t get our way, we’re not going to play nice anymore.”

Let’s put knowledge to work: Support land-grant mission

Thursday, March 3, 2011

We are in an atmosphere of questioning spending, taxes and finding ways for all levels of government to live within its means. But cutting investments in agricultural R&D, innovation and education is like eating your seed corn — and next year you’ll go hungry.

Water quality: Not quite, but almost, rocket science

Thursday, February 3, 2011

We’ll be hearing lots more about watershed protection and regulation across the country, as states are mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency to establish nutrient standards for water bodies.

Here’s to those who work for a living

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

You know what our problem is? “We’ve spent decades trying to distance ourselves from traditional notions of Work,” says Dirty Jobs’ Mike Rowe.

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