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Cook This! By: 03/16/2014 @ 9:44pm

Combine the intensity of Food Network cooking show contestants focused on a win, the perennial excitement of state fair competition, and the pure, whole-hearted spirit…

Women Break the Mold By: 04/14/2013 @ 9:01pm

When women are asked about their success in their jobs, they most often credit their hard work, good luck, and a…

New Documentary is Take 1 on Agriculture By: 05/09/2014 @ 4:38pm

Farmland: The New Documentary is Take 1 on Agriculture.   Massive storm clouds and severe weather alerts set…

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Redefining “Local” Foods By: 12/16/2013 @ 6:26am

One benefit to living in the land of plenty, is that we have food choice.  Organic is one food trend.  Another trend has become “buy local.”  While…

Convention & country star ignite FFA By: 10/28/2013 @ 3:09pm

Welcome to National FFA Convention week! Convention is returning to Louisville, Kentucky this year after spending 6 years in Indianapolis, Indiana – the same city where the National FFA Headquarters is…

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Reap the harvest By: 09/10/2013 @ 11:02am

The two apple trees on our farm are laden with fruit. It’s a welcome sight. Last year’s unseasonably warm spring weather caused apple blossoms from New York to Michigan to emerge too early, and they…

Keep the Ball Rolling By: 05/21/2013 @ 12:03pm

Maintaining momentum is easy for the day-to-day chores that farmers typically tackle in a timely manner. It's no small feat when it comes to advancing the farm transition and estate planning end…

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