This week, I helped my sister Renee shoot a video for the Kentucky Corn Grower’s “Next Kentucky Farm Star” contest. Renee has always been passionate about teaching children about our farm. When we show pigs at the state fair, most … Continue reading
A trip to the grocery store is more confusing than ever before. Busy moms and housewives are forced to sort through confusing food labels like “organic,” “free-range” and “all-natural” when all they really want is to buy the safest, most … Continue reading
Last week I put together our wedding reception playlist. The D.J. requested that I include a “Do Not Play” list of the artists that Aaron and I wouldn’t want to hear on our big day. Both Aaron and I make … Continue reading
Sometimes we don’t have to go looking for a way to stick up for farmers, sometimes it finds us in the most unexpected places.Continue reading
Guest post by Molly Beeler I set two personal goals for myself for my senior year of college, one for each semester: to run a mini-marathon (13.1 miles) and to run a marathon (26.2 miles). In April, I completed my … Continue reading
On April 22, people around the world will take time out of their day to think about environmental stewardship.
For American farmers, however, everyday is Earth Day.
Farmers know that a healthy earth will yield healthy food.
I’ve recently come to the realization that I am NOT the average journalism student. I have few journalism classmates who maintain blogs, have over 500 twitter followers, and do some freelancing on the side. Of those few: none raise livestock, … Continue reading