Saturday, June 24, 2017

Growers can boost food safety on the farm by recognizing risks and implementing precautions in four areas of risk: water, animals, soil and handling.
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Bill Brown started Brown Bros. Farms as an FFA project in high school with just over 1,000 broilers and 75 turkeys. He has expanded to selling around 4,500 broilers and 850 turkeys a year, as well as adding layers to the mix.
Your Ag College Guide

The Farm and Dairy Ag College Guide is designed to help high school students and their parents find colleges and universities that offer agriculture and natural resource programs.

The American farmer is expected to feed, fuel, and clothe the world, take all the risk with no guarantee of receiving fair compensation for their hard work.
Firelands FFA brings relief

OBERLIN, Ohio — Members of Firelands FFA are spending spring break in Ashland, Kansas, helping farmers in need. Member Garrett Lewis had been following the...

Planning ahead doesn’t have to be an arduous task to save you time and money at the grocery store.
grapes winter Cornell

Cornell University goes 3D to find genetic answers. The more researchers understand the complexities of the genetic system, the better breeders will be able to improve cold tolerance of grapes.

Choose between board, barbed wire, woven wire, cable, mesh, high-tensile, electric or a combination of any of these to best suit your farm fencing needs.
milk poured into glass

The U.S. and Canada continue to dispute the trade of ultrapurified milk, at a time when the U.S. could lose market share.

House Bill 175 permits residential property owners to keep birds, rabbits, goats and other small livestock. Learn how to raise them on five acres or less.
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