A multi-leg turkey trot (spanning time and space) is what allows us to partake in the yearly smorgasbord. Get out your batons for the relay!
During Thanksgiving this week, we will reflect on the many things we are thankful for — family, friends, food, football, and FFA!
As we gather with our loved ones for Thanksgiving, the benefits of cover crops bring to ag producers and consumers alike are something to celebrate.
As many of us are getting ready for Thanksgiving by preparing the meal, many FFA chapters take this time to give back to their community.
See people are dishing out $200 or more for a ‘designer turkey’ with a host of meaningless labels on it.
The main difference between the colonists’ first Thanksgiving and the holiday today was the lack of a convenient food system back then.
Farmers and ranchers take home just 11.4 cents from every dollar that consumers spend on their Thanksgiving dinner meals, according to the annual Thanksgiving edition of the National Farmers Union (NFU) Farmer’s Share publication. The popular Thanksgiving Farmer’s Share compares the retail food price of traditional holiday dinner items to the amount the farmer receives […]