Education & Reference

DNR steps on toes with partnership

Published May. 13, 2010

Spring has sprung and the 2010 class of wild ones is appearing on the Wisconsin landscape.

Animal Rights On The March

Published May. 21, 2010

How animal rightists are bringing new meaning to the pledge "with liberty and justice for all." Washington, watch out.

Is there a connection?

Published Jun. 9, 2010

HumaneWatch.org asks: Was the Mercy For Animals video pushed into the spotlight in order to give the Humane Society of the United States some new talking points for its Ohio political signature-gathering campaign?

Welcome to USA Egg Farming

Published Sep. 10, 2010

A fifth-generation egg farmer, Greg and his family run Willamette Egg Farm in Oregon. Take a tour with Greg and let him show you how your eggs get from farm to fridge.

Check out this really cool video!

Published Sep. 10, 2010

World food production will need to double by the year 2050 in order to head off mass hunger, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

Egg Safety

Published Sep. 10, 2010

Due to the recent egg recall, you may be wondering if eggs are safe to eat....

Animals Donít Have Rights, But Humans Do Have Duties

Published Sep. 10, 2010

In a 1986 interview with Washingtonian magazine, Ingrid Newkirk, the founder and still president of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, made a provocative statement that continues to be noticed today.

Protect yourself against animal activists

Published Sep. 13, 2010

Before an undercover activist strikes: be smart and do the right thing. The best public relations are to be responsible and to not let it happen in the first place.

Farmer beware, some things to consider when hiring farm workers

Published Sep. 27, 2010

Hiring new employees can be a tedious process, no matter what kind of business you operate. You want people who will work hard, do the job right, be honest and represent your operation in a good way.

For livestock farmers, hiring has become increasingly complicated...

Food, Mommy! Blog: Agriculture's Worst Enemies May Be Farmers

Published Aug. 1, 2011

Even with all of the challenges farmers face such as weather, market prices, disease, and pests, I am convinced the agriculture industryís worst enemies are farmers themselves.