Life right now is hard, but there are farmers across the country who have lost everything and love to have the “problems” Farmer’s Wifee is having.
Farmers would be wise to consider long-term strategies with regards to leasing tillable ground, be it on a cash-basis, the traditional shares model, or a flex-model hybrid.
The Environmental Working Group is not an expert in science — they are experts in marketing that use fear to influence consumer decisions.
We call it the transition — when the growing season for lettuce and other tender greens shift from California for the spring and summer to Arizona for fall and winter.
Saying that enrollment has reached a critical level, UNH has decided to do away with its two-year horticulture technology associate’s degree.
If a person believes something so deeply that they’re willing to fight for it, whether that’s in the streets or from behind a computer keyboard, it’s a hard thing to ignore.
Whether little or small, tattoos often represent something deeply important to an individual. That goes for agriculture, too.
Dairy farmers Katie Dotterer-Pyle at Cow Comfort Inn and Jessica Peters from Spruce Row Farms made the decision to dance their troubles away.
You’ve likely seen very recently in the news or on your Facebook feed that there is a crisis in the dairy industry, a serious problem facing farmers.
Is enough being done to support the ag industry and to keep both our world’s developed and developing nations on a path toward future food security?