Applied Mythology What if much that you think you know about agriculture, farming and food isn’t actually true? What if there are “myths” that have been intentionally and mostly unintentionally spread about these issues? What if the truth about these issues matters for the future of humanity?
The Farmer’s Life – 4th generation Indiana farmer. Father. Husband. Purdue grad. Corn. Soybeans. Popcorn. Wheat.
Prairie Californian – CA born. Country girl at heart. Daughter of a butcher. Wife of a farmer. Self proclaimed home cook. I’m cultivating a legacy of farm, family, & food in ND
Farming America – As a passionate animal and meat scientist, consumer education is very important to David. Farming America is intended to educate individuals about where their food comes from and how it’s produced.
FrankenFood Fact – An independent investigation into the validity of claims made by pro- and anti- GMO groups
1 week agoby megraebIn today’s episode of “What’s Growing in Meg’s Yarden” we have Buddha Hand Citron. It won’t be ready till this fall but when it’s ripe it smells like angel farts. It’s just rind and pith so it makes great flavoring for candy, booze, dressings. #growingit#citrus#yarden
1 week agoby megraebYou know Dad is relaxing when he is wearing his ‘short pants,’ white socks and slippers. Yes, he’s brushing Cherry Pie with her special pink cow brush as he tells me to ‘take a picture for Mom’. #DadLife#CowboyUp#RealCattleRanching
2 weeks agoby megraebI found my replacement rope. I’ve been all over Northern California looking for this specific rope. Finally found it in Nevada. Every time I get a ‘love’ letter (by love I mean hate email) from a fellow agriculture industry peer, they always feel the need to attack my roping skills. Now if you follow me, you know I’m super open about how shitty of a roper I am, so is it really a put down if I’m open about it? Anyway to my haters, I got a new rope so you can take that off your laundry list of things