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Articles by Elizabeth Maslyn
Strella Biotechnology is making strides to change fresh food waste in the U.S. by giving farmers the ability to be more efficient and better gauge ripening.
Exploring the differences between English and Western riding and what kind of style you’ll see judged at equestrian shows.
When poultry judging a production bird, look at pigmentation, handling quality, abdominal capacity, plumage condition, health and vigor, and the head.
STEM education marries subject matters in 4-H and elsewhere in a way that gets kids excited about learning, and helps them choose a career path.
How to judge sheep and lambs: Look for the degree of muscling, degree of finish, balance and style, frame size, and soundness and structure — in that order.
Because pigs are either entering the breeding or the meat market, there are a few differences in judging pigs based on market hogs or breeding stock.
One of my favorite barns to hang out in during livestock shows is the goat barn! Goats are so silly and fun, they come in so many shapes and sizes, and they always have big personalities. No two goats may look and act alike, but we can judge all dairy goats the same way. For […]
Here’s how to judge beef cattle. Look at their structural correctness, volume, style and balance, and degree of muscling, among other characteristics.
The effects on agriculture from the current droughts are huge, and they will continue to become graver if water cannot be sustainably managed throughout a drought.