Ag Activism

Pennsylvania unveils new consumer brochure

The Center for Dairy Excellence has unveiled a new consumer brochure made possible by a grant from the Pennsylvania Dairymen's Association. FULL STORY »

Be on the lookout for trespassers

Western United Dairyman and the Milk Producers Council reported Friday that animal activists have been attempting to shoot video of dairies in the Tulare County area. FULL STORY »

5 ways to connect with consumers

In today’s day and age, consumers are using social media to get their news and information. From cousins to grandparents and everyone in between, people are employing some form of social media to communicate, says Jolene Griffin, manager industry communications with Dairy Management Inc. FULL STORY »

Farmers: say “yes” when local schools call

Local agricultural experiences can leave lasting impressions on youth. FULL STORY »

Consumers associate food labeled organic as being healthier

Consumer panelists perceived snack foods labeled organic to be lower in calories, and were willing to pay more for them. FULL STORY »

Bridging the gap

Consumers have genuine concerns about modern meat production,  but the right message, backed by sound practices, can restore their trust. FULL STORY »

“Share How You Care” video contest

The Michigan Farm Bureau (MFB) and USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) hope a new "Share How You Care" video contest will spur local farmers to break out of their shell, strut their stuff on YouTube and shine the spotlight on the many ways farmers care for the environment and world around them. Cash prizes will be offered for the top videos. FULL STORY »

Pew launches “Moms for Antibiotic Awareness” campaign

The Pew Campaign on Human Health and Industrial Farming has launched "Moms for Antibiotic Awareness," a grassroots movement of moms working to preserve the effectiveness of antibiotics for their children and families. The campaign also released the results of an online poll of 804 American mothers who are registered voters and have children aged 16 or younger. Eighty percent of the respondents were concerned about giving antibiotics to animals that are being produced for meat and poultry, with 42 percent saying they are "very concerned" about this practice. FULL STORY »

Connect with your community now to prepare for disasters later

Emergency managers and first responders have a saying, “All disasters are local.” Each tornado, flood or other emergency directly impacts only a local area. The recent earthquake/tsunami in Japan has global implications, but the real disaster is centered on each effected community. Everyone lives, works and plays within a community that may one day be impacted by a disaster. The response to that event will require more than the efforts of local police, fire and emergency medical services to overcome the impact. It will require a network of individuals involved in neighborhood, civic, business and church organizations working together to respond and rebuild the community. FULL STORY »

I Make America launches "Picture A Better America" photo contest

National participants to show Congress the urgent need to invest in America's crumbling infrastructure FULL STORY »

Dairy farmers respond to latest abuse video

The animal-rights group Mercy for Animals released graphic footage this week of employees at the E6 Cattle Company in Hart, Texas, bludgeoning sick and injured calves. Dairy farmers across the country are speaking out. And regardless of where the person is located the theme has been outrage, anger and disappointment towards those committing the abuse. FULL STORY »

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