Thanksgiving is a powder keg — jetlagged, hangry family members, cramped quarters, and spirited political debates with Uncle Bob palpably elevate the tension. You pray he succumbs to the post-gorge turkey coma (PSA: tryptophan doesn’t induce sleepiness) before going on a circular rant in your general direction. It’s the same predictable formula every year (at […]
An agronomist at Garrett Brothers Farm gave Michelle Miller a tour of the organic broccoli operation and talked about the pesticides used there.
For the last seventeen years, Arrowquip has been researching, testing, and developing the ideas that have come to life in its new cattle-chute offering called The General. The General is a hydraulic cattle chute that offers the key features cow/calf operators rely on, paired with the heavy-duty reliability for feedlots to get the job done […]
Major public-health organizations are pushing for a cancer warning on all alcoholic beverages, arguing that it’s needed for transparency and honesty.
Does a food label wording falsely coax you into thinking something is healthier for you. Sure lots of them do. That’s the ‘healthy halo’ effect in marketing.
Consumer buying habits have a significant impact in how much water is used in agriculture Modern agriculture puts an enormous emphasis on efficiency — from the resources used to grow crops to the labor that’s deployed to the supply lines that help bring food from producer to consumer. Water, of course, is a crucial […]