Tuesday, September 25, 2018
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Every day, a routine farm task — one someone has possibly done “a thousand times” — turns into a farm accident because we just don’t think the unthinkable will ever happen to us.

Editor Susan Crowell suggests everyone plays a major role in rejecting fake news.

Many have questioned why newspapers continue to run his columns. Alan Guebert weighs in on the subject.

At a time when support seems to be high for farmers, that support simply doesn't translate into higher prices for farmers, writes Editor Susan Crowell. We can feed the world, but we just can't make ends meet down on the farm.

Recently, my pastor, a former U.S. Army chaplain, noted that the only thing with a higher rank than a chaplain on any Army helicopter...

Letters, telephone calls, and emails from Maryland to Montana arrived daily to comment and question, debate and deflate.

Why do we listen to politicians who yell “Red!” or “Blue!” when we know the answers are not black and white? Because we’ve met the reductionists and they are us.

All of agriculture is a cycle, reminds Editor Susan Crowell in her column this week. And we knew the current economic downturn was coming, right?

By ARNOLD OLIVEROtherWords.orgGuest CommentaryMore then a few veterans, myself included, are troubled by the way Americans observe Veterans Day.Originally called Armistice Day, and intended...

Reader: I look my customers in the eye and they ask me what I feed my animals and how do I treat them. Customers — eaters — are asking these questions of us. They are trying to break down the wall of anonymity. We need to meet them halfway and tell them how their food is raised."
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