Disease in livestock carry a special burden for producers, practitioners, and the animals affected. Plus, some symptoms and pathogens are particularly weird.
Articles by Heidi Crnkovic, Associate Editor
The Sweetheart jacket’s white color may initially invoke flashbacks to women’s ancillary membership in the FFA, but the jacket’s distinctive color also offers a conversation piece about divisiveness over women’s role in society and agriculture.
A critical feed mixing error has left a Kansas farm, Heartbreak Acres operation to save what’s left of their livestock herd from monensin toxicity.
4-H and FFA members can learn the different classifications they might come across as they learn about producing food and fiber while exhibiting livestock.
Women have always been integral to agriculture, so the glass ceilings here look slightly different: filled with open spaces, barns, cattle, and crops.
Ranch Raised Kids is a project dedicated to informing people “who are not from ’round here” about how cattle are raised and who does that work today.
Two women leaders at agtech company AgBiome show that unlocking sustainable solutions and improving yields will require increasingly diverse skills.
When Ozark Food Harvest found itself short on volunteers needed to keep feeding 50,000 people per month, they reached out for help and Branson FFA answered.
From small-town FFA member to national FFA leader, Ryan Williamson found value in the program and in himself as he served others in his community and FFA.
If you’ve ever visited New Mexico, you’re familiar with just how varying the terrain is. The state’s top agricultural commodity is beef and the second is rocks. While we also raise a lot of dairy, hay, pecans, and some grain commodities, much of the state’s terrain isn’t good for much else beyond cattle. The steep […]