Empty shelves can be frightening, but empty fields and barns would be devastating.
Sadly, one of the largest agricultural counties in Utah seems to be launching an all-out attack on animal agriculture.
If a cowboy herds a herd of cattle, we call him a herder. If a sheepman herds a flock of sheep, he’s still a herder. Why isn’t he called a flocker?
UDAF is pleased to announce the recent addition of Linda Clark Gillmor as the new director of “Marketing & Agricultural Economic Development
Utah Farm & Fork caught up with local Utahn and former Olympian Noelle Pikus-Pace to talk about her time growing up in Utah, her Olympic adventures, and her connections to food.
While many are already looking forward to the Christmas holidays, don’t overlook Thanksgiving and the occasion it provides to reflect on our lives and the much we have been given.
Farm Bureau President Zippy Duvall reflects on AFBF's centennial, and the history and future of American agriculture
A series of pesticide waste collection events were in October held at no charge to pesticide applicators, primarily those working in the agriculture community
The challenge of hindsight is that society can make the mistake of assuming the achievements of the past as inevitable. But many of the landmark events were in doubt up to the moment Mankind landed on the Moon.
It is irresponsible to require labels on products that are inaccurate when EPA knows the product does not pose a cancer risk.