Youth

Young Farmer: The evolution of the farmwife

The romantic notion of the farmwife life I wanted started with my grandma, the neighbor ladies, and small-town idealism. The goal was simple; settle down, marry a dairy farmer, and then spend my days baking pies, raising babies, and farming alongside my husband in the rural Midwest. FULL STORY »

National DHIA scholarship application available online

National Dairy Herd Information Association (NDHIA) is offering $750 scholarships to full-time incoming and continuing students at technical and two-year and four-year colleges/universities. FULL STORY »

DCHA offers $1,000 scholarship

Agricultural students are encouraged to apply for a $1,000 scholarship sponsored by the Dairy Calf and Heifer Association. FULL STORY »

Applications available to youth for National Dairy Conference

Applications are now available to Wisconsin youth who are interested in attending the National 4-H Dairy Conference in Madison, Wis. from Sept. 29 to Oct. 2. FULL STORY »

U.S., Canadian collegiate dairy leaders converge in Indiana

Fort Wayne, Ind., will host 230 students from 37 college dairy programs for the Dairy Challenge Academy and contest, April 4-6. FULL STORY »

Conference to introduce kids to dairying at home, worldwide

Indiana elementary and high school students can gain a global perspective on the dairy industry at the Indiana Dairy Youth Conference. FULL STORY »

School breakfasts earn A+ for academic success

A new study shows that mom was right when she said breakfast was the most important meal of the day FULL STORY »

Got Milk? contest opens to Calif. Girl Scouts

Three scouts will have the opportunity to win a $500 U.S. Savings Bond and star in a milk-promotion billboard in their hometowns. FULL STORY »

FFA launches long-term plan to help eliminate hunger

FFA members from all 50 states will take the first swing Wednesday of a long-term fight to help eliminate global hunger. FULL STORY »

U.S. farms make small comeback, but is it enough?

The number of farms in the United States is expanding, reversing a long-standing decline that spanned nearly 70 years. This would be the first time the overall number of farms has increased since 1935, when many Americans were pushed back into the fields due to the Great Depression. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Farm kids healthier than city kids

Farm kids are 30 to 50 percent less likely to develop allergies or asthma than their city cousins, two European studies show as published in the New England Journal of Medicine. FULL STORY »

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