Monthly Archives: November 2011

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This morning my phone was blowing up with all of the updates about the proposed changes to child labor laws that I posted about yesterday. Everyone was encouraging ag supporters to get their comments in before tomorrow, December 1. There … Continue reading

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New Child Labor Laws Could Be Detrimental to Farms

The U.S. Department of Labor has extended the comment period for proposed changes to the child labor laws to December 1st. The proposed changes were published September 2 of this year and could seriously hurt the future of agriculture across … Continue reading

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Women in Ag Wednesday – Deanna Karmazin

Author’s Note: Every other Wednesday EatPrayFarm will feature a woman involved in American agriculture. We’re hoping to interview a wide variety of women from various geographies about their role in ag and their thoughts about where the industry is going. … Continue reading

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Don’t Let the Flavor Fool You

As a mentor for Heartland Big Brothers Big Sisters, I sometimes visit my ‘little’ at her school here in Lincoln for lunch. Although I usually grab something else to eat, I bring it to the lunchroom and sit on those … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Coat Time by John Temme

So its been a couple of months since my first post since then alot has happened at Temme Agribusiness. Right after my last post we got done cutting corn silage. A couple weeks later we decided to take a fifth … Continue reading

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Women in Ag Wednesday – Dawn Caldwell

Author’s Note: Every other Wednesday EatPrayFarm will feature a woman involved in American agriculture. We’re hoping to interview a wide variety of women from various geographies about their role in ag and their thoughts about where the industry is going. … Continue reading

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Come #Occupy Our Cornfields

It was only a matter of time before the Occupy Wall Street Movement directed some of it’s attention toward Agriculture. While the movement grows to include a variety of causes and beliefs, those have included foodie elitists, and they bring … Continue reading

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