Ag Activism

Latest undercover video receives different reaction

But this week, when Mercy for Animals released their latest video showing unacceptable practices in the back of a holding pen and in handling calves, the response was different. FULL STORY »

Sjostrom: New dairy abuse video should prompt your wallet or watch

We received word that the next dairy farm abuse video is right around the corner. After watching it, it is indeed abuse and deserves no excuses. FULL STORY »

Ag Advocacy: Respect both sides of the discussion

As activist groups continually protest and new anti-agriculture videos are released, our industry is commonly on the defensive about our farms and management practices. While important and useful, defensive tactics should retire as our primary advocacy strategy. FULL STORY »

Social Media: Our customers aren’t stupid

Our customers are not dumb; they are disconnected. FULL STORY »

Dairy Carrie: You are the expert

I am a dairy farmer. More days than not, I feel like instead of saying that I am a dairy farmer, I should claim some sort of title along the lines of “Dairy Farmer’s Apprentice” or “Dairy Farmer in Training." FULL STORY »

WI Dairy Business Association shares letter

For those of you in Wisconsin, the Dairy Business Association encourages you to share the following message with your local paper: FULL STORY »

Share some food love

Michele Payn-Knoper, a leading U.S. farm and food advocate, is passionate about social media and helping farmers learn how to use it to connect with consumers. Now, she’s written a book, called “No More Food Fights!” FULL STORY »

Iowa Farm Animal Care Coalition launches online resource

The resource is designed to answer consumers' questions about farm animal care and assist farmers in providing the latest science-based animal care standards. It also provides access to animal care experts. FULL STORY »

Iowa sends volley across animal activists’ bow

A new law in Iowa that prohibits fraudulent activity by animal-rights activists on livestock farms may serve as a template for other states. According to Iowa State Senator Joe Seng, states such as Nebraska, Indiana, Ohio and Utah may be interested. FULL STORY »

Upgrade farm security

Every farm, large and small, should consider strategies aimed at reducing farmstead vulnerability to property crime. Here are some ways to improve farm security. FULL STORY »

Ag communications symposium coming in February

Is it possible to find common ground among colliding beliefs surrounding food and agriculture? Food security is one of the most pressing issues facing world leaders today, and despite the technological tools available to help more of the world's population reach self-sufficiency, an epic communications challenge remains. FULL STORY »

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