Farm Aid is no friend to they vast majority of America’s farmers. It seems as though it only cares about promoting organic production.
Take a drive through Indiana, the plains of Oklahoma, open heaven’s doors to farm country and plant your stakes. You’ll understand why God made flyover states.
Prairie Farms gets their milk from small family farms right in Farm Babe’s community, where it gets turned into cheese in northeast Iowa.
Despite the fact that Australian graziers pride themselves on their knowledge of land and management and sustainability, sometimes things become extreme.
Food matters. There has never been a better time to share the story of modern agriculture. That’s why Dirt-to-Dinner is an amazing organization that’s working to do just that. The team — Lucy, Lisa, Hillary, and Haley — flew out to our Iowa farm last month to take a tour and learned all about how we […]
This Saturday, May 4, officially marks the 15th annual World Naked Gardening Day, during which people all around the world get dirty in the buff.
Aside from just public perception, there are so many reasons to ensure clean (or not so clean!) livestock pens on farms and ranches.
There’s been a fun science experiment floating around for several years now where folks who’ve soiled their underpants to help them understand soil health.
In preparation for lambing, in February Farm Babe got some colostrum from her neighbors’ dairy farm to give to some of her newborns.
Twitter is a powerful tool to connect to farmers. When asking questions in the “Twittersphere” about how glyphosate is used on wheat fields (hint: it usually isn’t), I received an overwhelmingly positive reaction of farmers who wanted to share their stories. Some of these farmers were in North Carolina, and we took it upon ourselves […]