June is celebrated as Dairy Month, so I have one question for you: got milk?
Whether you’re looking for a movie to watch after a day on the farm or you want to showcase a positive light on agriculture in your classroom or with friends, I strongly recommend the following films.
Most of my colleagues from school are interested in energy, climate change, weather and technology. Agriculture is involved in each of these areas, yet like most people, the students are usually generations removed from the farm. So, once I leave the office after a day of brainstorming communication strategies to bridge the gap between farm and fork I get to put my ideas into action in class.
Sure, today’s family farmers aren’t always standing outside that romanticized red barn, but that doesn’t make them any less of a family farm.
Erica Ballmer, winner of the 2017 College Aggies Online program, shares why other agriculture students should sign up for the scholarship competition.
Don’t miss out on one of the best agriculture conferences of the year!
From brown or white to cage-free or organic, there were cartons with so many different labels. It can be confusing to know what each label means!
Growing up on a dairy farm I always knew where my food came from and I thought that everyone else did too. Unfortunately, I couldn’t have been more wrong.
As children build snowmen and parents curse the wind while clearing snow off their vehicles, farmers and ranchers are making sure their animals stay comfortable.
Farmers know people are hungry to know more about how food gets from the farm to the fork.