Matt Henkes learned how to do judge dairy cows in college, and he now works and judges some of the best of the best.
Articles by Michelle Miller, Farm Babe
When communicating and advocating for agriculture, we have to put ourselves in other’s shoes, even if that’s immensely difficult at times.
Alaska is known for big cabbages because of the state’s long summer days and colder soil. One farmer even had a head of cabbage nearly 7 feet across.
Ronda and Brian Schlumbohm of Slimtree Farm have 40 acres in North Pole, Alaska, where they grow flowers on about 3 acres and sell direct.
Burger King isn’t the only company that received backlash from farmers for an offensive ad, but it is one of the few to then take time to listen and learn.
It’s no surprise that people may wonder whether the Certified Angus Beef branding has value or if it’s built around meaningless marketing.
When food companies sell cage-free or free-range eggs, it most likely doesn’t mean what you may think. But the way hens are raised is done for a reason.
Bees need farmers and farmers need bees. So we’ll continue to protect them, without help from sensationalist companies like BeeProductedUsa.
Michelle Miller had a call with Burger King’s chief marketing officer to express why so many in agriculture were offended and bothered by the #cowsmenu ad.