A lesson for farmers is to go where your audience is. That means if consumers are on social media, bring your message there.
Generations were raised sold on the idea that letting kids romp around in farm dirt was a positive. Now, we have more research to back that up.
Not only do many artificial food additives make food taste better, they can make the food safer and healthier as well.
It’s already happened with items like soda, and the way public opinion is headed, a meat luxury tax (or sin tax) isn’t out of the question.
Making the most of your time at farm events come down to how you prepare, interact with customers, and showcase your business.
Without the ability to protect crops, up to 80 percent of the world’s food production could be lost. But glyphosate is still targeted with public hatred.
With the growing popularity of solar power, farmers have the chance for something sustainable and financially viable.
Shannon Powers shares some thoughts on what attendees can do to make the most of their farm show time based on one of the nation’s premier ag-related shows.
In its new global study, Cargill found that consumer expectations include a hard-to-satisfy wish list for those who put food on our tables.
“Fear” seems to be the new “sex” when it comes to selling something, especially food products.