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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?
Department of Agriculture data shows food insecurity is more prevalent in major cities and rural areas
Food connects us at a deeper level than most activities. Why is that, you ask? Because food is something we can all relate to
I’ve always been a firm believer you can learn something from everyone you meet if you are open enough to listen.
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.
Despite progress at reducing food insecurity in recent years, work remains to be done, which is why state and county Farm Bureaus across the nation continue to fight hunger in local communities
Once the holidays are over, many folks wonder what they should do with their Christmas Tree.
What’s more, USDA data shows that 89% of farms are classified as small. Sure takes some of the air out of that “factory farm” term, right?
Recognizing the high levels of stress affecting America’s farmers and ranchers, Farm Credit, American Farm Bureau Federation and National Farmers Union have partnered on a program to train individuals who interact with farmers and ranchers to recognize signs of stress and offer help.
Hard work, vision, wisdom, and a strong sense of family and stewardship are fibers woven into the very fabric of this four-generation farm family, a family and legacy that will be a part of the Park City landscape for generations to come.