Can blogging and posting on social media change the public’s mind about ag?
See how two members of Successful Farming's Women in Agriculture Facebook group found friendship and went into business together.
The information superhighway may have been repaved, but have the travelers changed?
School district consolidation can leave communities hurt, angry, and waiting for cost savings that may not materialize.
Students in Hamburg, Iowa, are building a farm outside the elementary school, taking pride in their hard work and their town.
The number of homeschooled children in the U.S. is on the rise, and one-third of those students come from rural areas.
These animals are proof that friendship knows no bounds, even when the friends are different species!
Communication is key to the success of any relationship, including between renters and landlords. Farmers rent 353.8 million acres of farmland in the U.S., according to a USDA survey, and 80% of those acres are owned by nonfarming landlords. Nearly 45% of principal landlords have never farmed. Many live out of state, and they may or may not have ever met their renters in person.
In 1931, when times were tough for farmers, my grandparents won a contest and were given a lavish wedding at the Warren County Fair.
The end of summer doesn’t mean the end of gardening. Plant now and enjoy a late harvest.