Five Farm Bureaus were selected from a competitive pool of applicants to each receive a $500 grant from the American Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Program to help fund “Our Food Link” projects.
While the harvest of tart cherries is still months away, this fruit with a pucker factor can be enjoyed year-round and increasing research shows the health benefits are perfect for recovering athletes – no matter if you’re a chiseled endurance athlete or simply a weekend warrior that looks forward to putting the next sticker on your vehicles bumper.
As ranchers, we understand the privilege it is to grow food for others to eat. There are many different opinions on how food should be raised. Here are some of the things we’ve been asked about in raising beef.
While we can go pick up a can of soup from our local grocery store, that’s not where it started!
“What do Farmers and Ranchers do During Winter?” is a new American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture blog post by Sara Bray, a Colorado rancher.
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture presented its 10th “Book of the Year” award to Eugenie Doyle for “Sleep Tight Farm.”
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture has launched a fun, new online platform for middle-school educators highlighting makerspace education.
The ‘Advocate for Agriculture’ award is designed to recognize one Farm Bureau woman each year for her outstanding volunteer efforts on behalf of Farm Bureau and agriculture.
The Three Sisters Garden is a kind of companion planting; corn, beans and squash are grown at the same time in the same growing area.
“How Did That Get on My Thanksgiving Plate?” is an American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture post that explains how several popular Thanksgiving foods travel from farm to fork.