Through the entire year, let’s remember our fallen, remember those who served and remember those who are currently serving.
Articles by Aleah Bright-Kasch
Anxiety turned to fear as the pandemic spread across the U.S. and Americans began to panic-buy, showing COVID-19 impacting agriculture significantly.
“Cultivators of the earth are the most vigorous, the most independent, the most virtuous, and they are tied to their country and its liberty by the most lasting bands.” — Thomas Jefferson. Whether it’s Fourth of July, Veterans Day, or just another day where we live and breathe free, it is noteworthy to reflect on […]
Farmer’s are losing money every day, yet many still has a smile on their faces. That’s true love for what you do, a passion for your profession.
What are your favorite fall memories? Maybe they include crisp, sunny mornings, holiday comfort foods, or pumpkin spice lattes. There are many reasons to celebrate the season, and behind every glass of eggnog, scoop of ice cream, or pumpkin spice latte is a dairy farmer and their cows. That’s why this month we at Dairy […]
This teacher is fueled by a love of being on a dairy farm and a drive to teach kids the abounding opportunities in agriculture.
Alex Prins was born to dairy, with a passion for farming that only grew. Being a dairy farmer is something he’s never questioned.
Aaron Furrer attended Stanford and majored in Management Science and Engineering and now works in New Zealand.
Ashley Hanson has a sense of pride for the legacy her grandfather has built and a determination to preserve the dairy farm for future generations.