Monthly Archives: June 2014
An oldie but a goodie … enjoy! Originally posted, June 26, 2012: We’re coming up on the Fourth of July (ack! It’s next week!) and my thoughts have turned to all things patriotic. My American flag is hanging on the … Continue reading
You may have heard about a recent campaign to raise money to buy drones to fly over “factory” farms to expose them. It’s an invasion of privacy, especially since the negativity factory farms get in the media, so two bloggers, … Continue reading
Only two percent of Americans are farmers. Several more work with the industry while a few more simply live in rural areas. For all those people, these dual meanings might be second nature, but for the rest of us, talking … Continue reading
Now that we have officially entered summer and the longest day of the year is behind us, let’s take a look at three important aspects of life in Washington DC; legislation, regulation, and the politics which influence them, and how … Continue reading
Meet Jim Raben, a family corn farmer from southern Illinois! Jim and his wife talk about how they met and how they raised their kids … watch this if you’ve always wanted to know more about farm family life!