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It’s not always a popular message with the media – though it should be – but farmers are becoming more productive using less inputs like fertilizer and chemicals. Technology can be a great thing, huh!? Full fact sheet available here.
Ethanol. About 96 percent of all gasoline sold in the United States is blended with some percentage of ethanol. What exactly is ethanol you might ask? And why does it affect me? Let’s take a look. Ethanol is an alcohol made … Continue reading
Recycle. Eco-friendly. Byproducts. Biodegradable. Repurpose. “Green”. Compost. Emissions. All of these words are relatively new to our modern vocabulary, and are changing the way people think about the waste that they produce on any given day. Have you ever thought … Continue reading
A five year farm bill means programs to conserve our land and water resources. #myfarmbill The USDA is encouraging all of us to share what passing a farm bill would mean to us. Join the conversation by tagging your posts … Continue reading
Farmers are being encouraged to consider growing cover crops on their fields through the winter. Studies show that a living, growing plant in the ground year round improves the soil, productivity, and nutrient runoff. The science behind this makes sense. … Continue reading