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Women in Ag: 28 Fall Farm Selfies By: 10/20/2015 @ 12:42pm

See what the members of our Women in Ag Facebook Group are up to this fall!

Successful Farming Thanksgiving Covers By: 11/06/2015 @ 3:48pm

See Thanksgiving through the eyes of our subscribers in the early 1900s.

Global Weather: A Potential Black Swan By: 11/17/2015 @ 8:59pm

Much is made of the current El Niño weather event that is influencing weather conditions across the globe. The current…

Women in Ag: Giving Thanks By: 11/26/2015 @ 10:08am

The most wonderful time of the year is here: Thanksgiving. Food, family, and grateful attitudes are filling our hearts (and stomachs).  This year, I am most thankful for change. This time…

Women in Ag: Tips for Thanksgiving Week By: 11/22/2015 @ 10:23pm

Welcome to Thanksgiving week!  Turkey farmers everywhere celebrate this very American holiday, of course, but this year in Minnesota – after dealing with a devastating outbreak of avian flu last spring…

Women In Ag: Cabbage Never Looked So Good By: 11/21/2015 @ 11:00pm

Fruits and vegetables have been getting ready for their close-up, at least in North Carolina. For well over two years, I have been working on a cookbook for school nutrition professionals featuring produce…

Women in Ag: Postharvest Sigh of Relief By: 11/17/2015 @ 2:57pm

Harvest is officially finished.  Inhale . . . exhale . . . ahhhhh. Much better. Every year after harvest, stress levels on the farm go from a 10 to about a 2. The crop is out, the battle with Mother…

Women in Ag: Free-Range Rice By: 11/09/2015 @ 9:57am

Gluten-Free, Vegan, GMO-Free, Whole Grain Rice. It's labels like these that make me shake my head. Why not throw "free range" and "caffeine-free" in there?  Educating consumers…

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