The DIRECT Act will allow state inspected meat to be sold across state lines, allowing small producers more options to directly market to consumers.
We live in a country where our food supply allows us to have the demands for modern foods. But there’s a lot more to the system than that.
Veggie burgers and regular burgers have coexisted for decades just fine with no issues, so what’s changed in today’s world?
It’s already happened with items like soda, and the way public opinion is headed, a meat luxury tax (or sin tax) isn’t out of the question.
When farmers raise livestock up to market weight, where do they go to end up on grocery store, restaurant, or farmers market shelves?
Consumer Reports posted an article, “Are Banned Drugs in Your Meat,” sparking an outcry from the agriculture industry.
As farmers, I think we’ve heard it all. From drenching fields in chemicals to factory farming, there is so much misinformation out there about what happens on today’s farms. Nowadays the average person is six generations removed from farm life — and even in our own backyards, rural communities can be guilty of spreading misinformation. […]
For those employees that have been recently ‘Meat Denied,’ — whose offices are restricting access to meat in the workplace — the North American Meat Institute has you covered with their new web site IChooseMeat.com. Among the resources are the helpful lists, “ Top Ten Ways to Sneak Meat Into the Office ” and “ […]
Ashton Kutcher and the manager of U2 and Madonna have pitched into the latest investment in Crowd Cow. The company that delivers meat straight from the farm to your door has announced an $8 million Series A financing round led by Madrona Venture Group with new participation from Ashton Kutcher & Guy Oseary’s Sound Ventures […]