Crops News Ag literacy videos help inform consumers By AGDAILY Contributors Published: October 29, 2019 Share Tweet Pin Image courtesy of MSU Follow AGDAILY Follow @AGDAILYMedia Ag literacy videos help inform consumers American agriculture currently employs 24 million workers. In the 1930s, one American farmer fed four other people. Today, one farmer feeds 155 people. Modern farming practices that allow family farmers to be environmentally and economically viable make this feat possible This MSUE Extension project takes the viewer through production, harvest, and handling of blueberries and grapes to increase ag literacy. Pick your own blueberries This video follows Michigan blueberries through production to pick-your-own harvest. Blueberries are a popular pick-your-own item, providing a fun, on-farm experience for many. Processing blueberries This video follows Michigan blueberries through production, harvest, grading, sorting, freezing, and packing. Fresh is best with blueberries This video follows Michigan blueberries through production, harvest, sorting, grading, and packing. Grapes: from our family to yours This video follows Concord juice grapes through production, harvest and processing. Related Polaris introduces new 2020 RANGER models 10,000th FFA jacket presented for Give the Gift of Blue program National Dairy Board scholarship applications being accepted New hybrids and varieties give farmers more choice in 2021 Redesigned FarmCommand advances Farmers Edge’s flagship platform Kinze planters to offer SureFire liquid fertilizer solutions Crops New hybrids and varieties give farmers more choice in 2021 New free tool to help farmers measure field-level profitability Syngenta to help growers get ahead of corn rootworm threat 4 new case studies show how soil health practices increase farm profitability Livestock The next generation of cattle-handling and equipment PenCheck now available to help stop the spread of ASF Brazil reports that the U.S. will allow imports of Brazilian beef Get ready for Agricultural Safety Awareness Week, March 1-7 Lifestyle Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from Feb. 27, 2020 Field Work podcast returns for season two Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from Feb. 26, 2020 Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from Feb. 25, 2020 Any views or opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not reflect those of AGDAILY. Comments on this article reflect the sole opinions of their writers.