Science is hard, but it’s such a critical role in feeding an upcoming population of 9 billion people, while using fewer resources and conserving cropland.
Articles by Michelle Miller, Farm Babe
The term “factory farm” is one that tends to annoy us as farmers. More than 97 percent of farms are family owned, and livestock can be taken great care of regardless of size or label. As I’ve mentioned before here, a farm shouldn’t be judged by its cover, and a good quality product can be […]
If you try telling farmers Monsanto is evil, they will probably all look at you like you have three heads, while proudly wearing an Asgrow/DeKalb hat.
What types of labels do you look for in the grocery store: Organic? Gluten free? Non-GMO? Free range? No added sugar? One could write a novel on all of the information that is included on food labels nowadays. You could literally pick up any item in a grocery store and find something wrong with it, […]
There are many “ag” sites that have one thing in common — they share misinformed opinions of agriculture but have never actually worked in ag.
These are some of the Farm Babe’s favorite websites and Facebook pages that are reputable in terms of science.
All relationships take work, but dating a farmer can have special challenges. Here are a few of those challenges and how to overcome them.
A lot of the so-called “documentaries” (like Food Inc. and Cowspiracy) about agriculture on places like Netflix are usually not very truthful.
Although the recent freeze affected numerous fruit and veggie farms, this sad story inspired me to reach out to blueberry farmers.
Because of a recent court ruling, the state of California can now require Roundup to have a label on it stating that it is a possible carcinogen.