On Monday afternoon I witnessed the power of mother nature and the power of neighborhood farmers. In southeastern Wisconsin we had a tornado touch down. The tornado demolished a dairy farm about 6 miles from me. The destruction was unbelievable.
Within hours several neighbors had the cattle corralled, loaded on trailers and transported to a new home. Yesterday many of the same people cleared the trees that blew over at the farm, harvested the last 50 acres of corn and helped…Continue
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Watch as people are interviewed from various cities around the country and see their reaction as they learn that each American farm family will feed 155…Continue
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If you’re happy and you know it … you probably work in agriculture!
Between caring for the environment, ensuring high-quality, safe products and providing for their families, farmers have a lot on their plate. The responsibility that comes with feeding the world can be stressful at times, but new stats indicate that farmers are handling the pressure just fine – and proving to be happier!
According to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, agricultural…Continue
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Do you know someone who claims to know “everything” about raising food, fuel, feed and fiber just because of what he/she hears in the news and from anti-ag activist groups? Do you
wish you could further educate that person and introduce them to a
variety of individuals who really know agriculture because they live and work in it every day?
Well, your wish has come true!…
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The famous “I…Continue
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