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Animal agriculture needs to be proactive on animal welfare Play video

Dr. Taylor Bennett, DVM, management consultant for regulatory compliance, offers perspective and advice on the growing animal welfare issues facing animal agriculture. FULL STORY »

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Animal care is a farmer’s priority Play video

Dr. Jennifer Walker, DVM, Dean Foods, discusses the challenges of animal activists’ undercover videos, and the real-world commitment of farmers with AgriTalk host Mike Adams. FULL STORY »

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Dr. Temple Grandin says to promote agriculture with social media Play video

Dr. Temple Grandin told Arkansas 4-H and FFA members they need to use social media to promote the humane ways they care for their animals. FULL STORY »

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Farm Resilience: Edaleen Dairy Play video

Edaleen Dairy is profiled in a Farm Resilience study, detailing the dedication of the Washington-based dairy and their success in their community. FULL STORY »

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Future research and training critical to animal agriculture Play video

Dr. Mark Lutschaunig, director of the American Veterinary Medical Association's governmental relations division, discusses the farm bill, research needs for animal agriculture and the importance of securing the next generation of ag professionals with AgriTalk host Mike Adams. FULL STORY »

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USDA: Drought hanging on in most areas Play video

USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey says while some areas are getting rain, the current drought is still affecting large portions of the nation. FULL STORY »

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McCarty Dairy: Making an impact with community development Play video

The McCarty's moved their century-old dairy in Pennsylvania to Western Kansas twelve years ago. They've now expanded to three locations. This growth has made an impact in several communities. FULL STORY »

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USDA chief economist talks about crop conditions Play video

USDA Chief Economist Joe Glauber talks about the current drought and its effect on crops and how this drought compares to the 1988 drought. FULL STORY »

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USDA chief economist talks about crop conditions Play video

USDA Chief Economist Joe Glauber talks about the current drought and its effect on crops and how this drought compares to the 1988 drought. FULL STORY »

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Why are big farms often not considered family farms? Play video

Big is celebrated in many ways because it often equates to success. Big farming often gets a bad rap, but farms often grow in size to sustain more family members. Big doesn’t mean that a farm isn’t a family business. This video was taken at the event titled "Lights, Camera, Food: Perceptions and Realities of Farming and Ranching in America." FULL STORY »

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Wisconsin dairy farmers take pride in job Play video

The best thing about being a farmer: Working outdoors and caring for animals every day. A few farm meetings sprinkled in here and there, and working with a staff that enjoys doing the same things we do. FULL STORY »

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