No matter the age, there’s something special and heartwarming about farm kids playing their farm toys. It’s important they know where their food comes from.
Watermelons are a staple of summer fun, and knowing how they’re planted, harvested, and grown lead to some great watermelon facts.
Between a difficult breakup and the global pandemic, Farm Babe Michelle Miller found a new farm, a new state and so much more to lean on.
Pork, beef, chicken. Lamb, goat, venison? What is your favorite type of meat? Yes the first three mentioned dominate the U.S. marketplace, but wouldn’t it be great to have so many other kinds regularly accessible? There are so many proteins options out there, that finding an unusual meat to sample can be a real treat. […]
Straw and hay are a huge part of everyday life for many farmers, but because the two things look so similar, it’s certainly possible that non-farmer wouldn’t know the difference. What is the difference between hay and straw? And can the terms “hay” and “straw” be used interchangeably? While some people do use the terms […]
After reading up on it, Farm Babe Michelle Miller discovered something interesting: Sugar may help you poop. And here’s why.
Ag attacking ag is rarely a good idea. Farmers have enough day-to-day stresses to deal with from breakdowns, market prices, weather, and uninformed activists.
Celebrate and nominate forward-thinking agriculturalists through The Top Innovators campaign, which recognizes global innovation in agriculture.
Don’t be afraid of the tough topics in agriculture! Explain what kind of crop protection is used, when, why, and how.