Angela Bowman

America’s farms bigger…but fewer

The USDA released its preliminary “2012 Census of Agriculture” report on Thursday, and though the full report has not yet been released, it offers a snapshot of America’s farmers and ranchers. FULL STORY »

Chipotle plays fast and loose with ag facts

Humor can’t disguise Chipotle’s latest fear-mongering in its online satirical miniseries, “Farmed and Dangerous,” but America’s farmers and ranchers aren’t ready to be silenced. FULL STORY »

Fetal gender matters in milk production

When it comes to milk production, fetal gender matters. FULL STORY »

Calif. farmers in ‘dire straits’ as drought rages on

A wet storm over the last week helped relieve some of the drought in central California, but the rain was a reprieve – not a cure – as the drought continues. FULL STORY »

Fight for raw milk in Iowa hits roadblock

Raw milk won’t be coming to Iowa anytime soon after a bill that would have lifted a ban on raw milk died in the state legislature. FULL STORY »

5 reasons to celebrate rural romance

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to count the ways we love agriculture and our own farmers and ranchers. FULL STORY »

Is whole milk really a ‘dietary demon?’

Whole milk and other high-fat dairy products often get a diet rap when it comes to weight loss, but is dairy fat really a so-called “dietary demon?” FULL STORY »

Is Idaho’s ‘Right to Farm’ law enough? Senator says ‘no’

Idaho ranks as one of the nation’s top milk-producing states, and though the state has a “Right to Farm” law meant to protect the state’s agricultural, one Senator doesn’t think it does enough. FULL STORY »

PETA goes too far…again

A PETA protest targeting children at a California school has outraged parents, who are now considering taking the animal rights group to court. FULL STORY »

Yogurt slashes Type 2 diabetes risk

Eating yogurt at least four times a week can decrease the risk of developing diabetes by as much as 28 percent, according to a new study FULL STORY »

California turns to prayers for ‘mega-drought’ relief

Though drought-plagued California is in line for some much-needed precipitation, it likely won’t be enough to stop the intense drought that now dominates the state. FULL STORY »

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