Saturday, February 4, 2023
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Our fear of hunger dictates a food system where farmers are embedded in a system that pushes for ever-higher yields, production, exports and profits.

Alan Guebert weighs in on the perceptions of California's Proposition 12, which aims to set minimum welfare standards for livestock and poultry products.

The folks who live and work on the Dakota plains have to be as resilient and deeply rooted as the grasses that thrive here. 

Eliza Blue adopts four orphaned lambs on top of the ones bred on her farm, making it an interesting, hectic and still-manageable lambing season.

Alan Gubert points out problems with the White House's request for $33 billion to respond to the war in Ukraine, specifically, funds meant for farmers.

Alan Guebert recalls his motivation for joining the county 4-H dairy judging team, his first trip to McDonalds and how those things were seemingly linked.

In the middle of a storm, in the middle of the night, Eliza Blue realized at long last everything really is going to be okay.

The Haines family, owners of Haines Farms in Stockport, Ohio, has been named as a Member of Distinction by Dairy Farmers of America.

Covid, worldly news, the cost of inflation and weather have us all questioning the normalcy of life. Bonnie Ayars weighs in on the meaning of normal now.

Have you ever been judged solely on your appearance after a hard day's work? Bryce Angell understands how you feel and he wrote a poem about it.