Everywhere you turn it seems something new is added to the stress of farming, from expensive breakdowns to snow and now a propane shortage.
Articles by Michelle Miller, Farm Babe
I used to be a huge fan of organics. In fact, it was all I purchased. It wasn’t until I started talking with actual organic professors and (larger-scale) farmers when I started learning the real truth about agricultural production, straight from the horses mouth. Always go to the source! It was then when I started […]
I wrote this tweet a couple of months back and it was quite a popular one: Ahh, Facebook Karen. The internet’s fictional character comparable to the expression of “that guy.” We all have that one friend … that one “Karen” or “that guy” who has to be the Debbie downer of the group, point out the […]
You are not going to poison your baby by giving them rice-based baby food — the headlines about arsenic in it are taken to illogical extremes.
Tractor Supply is supporting youth in their local communities by launching its Fall Paper Clover campaign, a biannual fundraiser in partnership with 4-H.
For the first time ever, I attended the World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wisconsin. America’s Dairyland! With over 74,000 dairy professionals — including over 3,000 international visitors from 100+ countries around the world — it had been on my bucket list for a number of years. My overall impression was, “Wow!” A very impressive place full of […]
Idaho potatoes are harvested in early fall, and they’re usually finished by mid-October, before the heavy frost starts rolling in.
Global food security takes all types: Big, small, organic, or not. They all have a role and a job to do, and they deserve respect and understanding.
There’s lots to consider about acquiring a tractor, but the first thing you need to decide is whether you should lease the machine or purchase it outright.
Farm Babe wanted to raise awareness on what happens when marketing efforts thank farmers and hope this will be the new trend in advertising.