Monthly Archives: March 2012

Hungry

I’ve had some plane time lately, which provided me some time to finish a book that’s been on my nightstand for a while. The book, Acts of Faith, took me longer to read than other books I’ve read lately, but … Continue reading

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Vilsack, Biden Speak at National 4-H Conference

After a rainy, gloomy weekend here in DC, I heard some exciting news: Secretary of Ag, Tom Vilsack, and Joe Biden’s wife, Jill Biden, were going to be kicking off the starting session for the 2012 National 4-H Youth Conference, … Continue reading

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God Made a Farmer

My great high school friend Cory’s mom shared this video a few days ago; many of you have heard the speech by Paul Harvey called “So God Made a Farmer”. I had previously made my own video using pictures from our … Continue reading

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In Defense of Food Safety Leadership

I saw this article this morning via Twitter and had to share it, I was extremely intrigued at the message shared about the work Nancy does and the opinions she has of BPI. In Defense of Food Safety Leadership by Nancy … Continue reading

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Occupy Monsanto

If you are like me, and seem to have ‘bermuda triangle’ work days- where you can’t really remember what you did, and it seems nothing was produced of actual value, Fridays are tricky little things. It’s 10:21, and aside from … Continue reading

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The Sky is Falling (Again)

If you haven’t been living under a rock for the past couple, weeks, you have heard the term “pink slime”. You might have also seen this photo: The news surrounding this photo has been a whirlwind of false information, conflicting … Continue reading

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The Link Between Red Meat and Kicking the Bucket

If you’ve looked at major news broadcasts today, you have probably seen this story about a study by Harvard showing that red meat may lead to an earlier death. There are a few points that I thought were insteresting about the study and how it was … Continue reading

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