It was a tough, dry year for 'urban gardeners' as well, but with some irrigation and good fortune, things should turn out.
I spent Saturday doing some Farm and Dairy interviews in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park — in some very scenic places.
I have a hard time blaming farmers and food companies for what I eat when there are so many personal choices.
Certified Angus Beef invited media to the grand opening of their Education & Culinary Center.
A New Mexico slaughterhouse is trying to open its doors again — but controversy surrounds it.
That little red swirl of a milk drop -- the REAL Seal -- guarantees that a product is made from U.S.-produced cow's milk.
I think the freight train is already here -- it's already spreading fear, misinformation and lies at the sake of advancing agendas that too frequently bear no truth.
The Super Bowl is just around the corner, and as promised, we're sharing the results of our very own Souper Bowl — just in time for the big game.
Tell your story to engage customers, make more sales.
When I eat a meal, I give thanks to God for providing the things farmers cannot, and I'm thankful for the farmers and growers who use what is provided, to grow and prepare my food.
When the weather turns lousy (and when you're done harvesting) mark off some time for education.
It was a rainy, gloomy start to Ohio's deer season. Two of my hunting partners lost their jobs the same week, but we still made our time count.