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  • citygirlonfarm

    City girl visits farms

    By Natasha Gandhi-Rue on October 30, 2015

    A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to be invited to go on a #farmfoodtour sponsored by the Kansas Farm Bureau and Kansas Soybean. It was AMAZING! For a city girl – I was nervous of course! Frankly...

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  • eat beef

    Don't be fooled about your food

    By Katie Sawyer on October 23, 2015

    Many consumers have become misled and misinformed about the presence of antibiotics in their beef.  Some restaurants and grocery stores have begun advertising antibiotic-free meat, which is like...

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  • healthy cattle

    Treating sickness is the humane thing to do

    By Katie Sawyer on October 23, 2015

    The debate around antibiotic use in farm animals and livestock has again reared its ugly head. People who have never raised poultry, cattle or pigs are demanding farmers and ranchers give up the use...

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  • girl with bad sandwich

    Don't fear your food

    By Katie Sawyer on October 22, 2015

    Antibiotic use in animals has again made headlines as another national restaurant chain, Subway, announces plans to move to serving only antibiotic-free animal products. The change was the result of...

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  • Fall sign

    Happy Harvest

    By Ariean Krieger on October 20, 2015

    Hello there!  I'm Ariean, visiting from the blog One Krieger Chick, where I share family friendly recipes, kids crafts, home decor...basically all about my creative adventures between trying to keep...

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  • Valerie with sign

    The Fork in the Road

    By Rick McNary on October 19, 2015

    Valerie Visser became an entrepreneur watching her parents adjust to the collapsing hog market in the early ‘90s on the family’s northwest Kansas farm. Her parent’s creativity­--fueled by a passion...

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  • Roast

    Antibiotic free

    By Glenn Brunkow on October 14, 2015

    Tonight we are going to sit down around the kitchen table and enjoy one of my favorite dinners, pot roast. There is nothing better than a slow-cooked, properly seasoned hunk of beef and the...

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  • Halloween crafts with suckers

    Ghosts, pumpkins & spiders, oh my!

    By Sugar Bee Crafts Kids Crew on October 13, 2015

    The Sugar Bee Crafts Kids Crew shows us how to make three Halloween craft projects using suckers. Watch and see how they create ghosts, pumpkins and spiders. It's frightfully fun! See more of the...

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  • Dairy cows in sand

    Tradition meets innovation

    By Bridget Beran on October 12, 2015

    At the Hildebrand Dairy Farm, tradition meets innovation. The dairy, located outside of Junction City, has been operational for 80 years and in 2007 they began processing and bottling their own milk...

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  • Kansas Sorghum Field

    Where does food come from?

    By Kansas Living on October 8, 2015

    In October, seven bloggers spent three days learning more about Kansas agriculture on the #FarmFoodTour. Their goal was to get on the farm and learn directly from the people who grow our food. Below...

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