We asked a dozen farmers and ag professionals which books they would recommend, and here are 26 that rose though the ranks.
Food 5.0” covers Robert Saik’s five iterations of agriculture: Muscle, Machine, Chemistry, Genetic engineering, and Convergence.
In “Grocery: The Buying and Selling of Food in America,” Michael Ruhlman pulls back the curtain on an industry that has shaped American culture.
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture is hoping to get more modern agricultural books into children’s hands through their new book publishing venture, Feeding Minds Press. The new publisher’s first book will be “Right This Very Minute,” written by award-winning author Lisl Detlefsen. It is scheduled for a January 2019 release. “‘Right This Very […]
Burgess on Books is a monthly AGDAILY feature that spotlights a kids book perfect for your rural rugrat. “Fantastic Farm Machines” Author: Cris Peterson Photographs: David R. Lundquist Age Range: 5-7 years Whether or not you are a farm kid, this book is a great read. Who doesn’t love big machinery? Big kid or small one we […]