Bridging the communication gap between farm and fork, one blog post at a time.

2020’s Silver Lining: A Growing Respect

From our favorite restaurants closing their doors to the mom and pop shop down the road that can’t afford their rent, we’re all ready for this “new normal” to end. And while this year has been tough on farmers, ranchers and everyone in the food supply chain, a silver lining has surfaced.

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No Leftovers Left Behind

There’s no denying that Thanksgiving will look different this year. Small, festive gatherings are likely to take precedence over large-scale reunions, leaving some to question the practicality of their time-honored traditions amid a global pandemic.

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How Does Your Steak Stack?

The meat aisle at the grocery store has become increasingly overwhelming. The world of steak-buying can be a complicated process for many, leaving most of us asking, “How does my steak stack?”

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More Than a State Fair

For most people, state fairs mean funnel cakes, rusted amusement rides and, of course, corn dogs. But for people in the agricultural industry, they mean livestock shows.

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Never fear, meat will still be here

It’s deeply frustrating, though not at all surprising, to see the endless parade of op-eds, social media posts, online petitions and more from activist groups, activist authors and others taking advantage of current circumstances to call for an end to animal agriculture and meat consumption.

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