I can’t think of living anywhere else
This is my weekend morning view :) You can’t top that beauty!
The scientific community recognizes that bee health is a very complex issue. In fact, a report from the Proceedings of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences indicated that bees may be dying not from a single toxin or disease, but rather from a variety of factors that include introduced pests and parasites, microbial diseases, inadequate diet, and loss of genetic diversity. Read more here.FANTASTIC read!!!!!
"Happy Farm, Happy People, Happy Food, Food from a Happy Place"
What do you guys think about a marketing campaign like this?
Haven’t forgotten about you folks! Internet at my house in town is out till Tuesday. Will be back to normal posting then.
We’ve for a fresh dusting of snow and upper 20s/ low 30 degree temps here at the ranch so feeding was chilly this morning!
Might get some shooting practice in this afternoon. As always, seem to be go go go here!
Did you know this year, each American farm family will feed 155 people? Neither did consumers in many major U.S. cities. See their reactions to learning this fact — and then see how grateful they became for America’s farm families. This holiday season, don’t forget to thank America’s farmers.
"You are free to buy a farm yourself and raise them differently, (maybe fence in the birds to avoid a cruel joke on why the chicken didn’t make it across the road) or buy an egg from a farm that raises them differently. But, is it fair for others to stand on some kind of moral high ground of animal care that isn’t nearly as black and white as they make it out to be?" - Andrew Campbell
Real Agriculture discusses Mercy For Animals desire to change egg production in Canada. Read more here.