By Kansas Living on October 8, 2015

Where does food come from?

Seven bloggers hit the road to learn more

Kansas Sorghum Field

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 are a few photos via Instagram from their excursion.  

Learn more about the bloggers by visiting their sites:


This is true life not a staged photo! I had the opportunity to #travel to the #ranch of @debbiel_b of CowsKidsandGrass and meet her #girlfriends who each run their family #farms. No farmhands no help just these women tending to their acres and acres of land and herds of cattle with love and respect to provide the world with food. Helping each other when needed. What an honor to have #dinner in the #fields with these women and cows. When asked about the awesome hats the answer was "I like to stand in the shade". We all have a lot to learn about where our #food really comes from and the love that is put into the land, animals and people that provide us with it. I cannot wait to share more with you soon. #farmfoodtour #tmom

A photo posted by Dana Zucker (@momsgoodeats) on

Megan here- very impressed by the happy cows at McCarty Family Farms. If you like Activia, thank this cow! #farmfoodtour

A photo posted by Cindy Hopper (@skiptomyloublog) on


Megan here (Cindy's niece) I'm Learning so much about Kansas soy bean production on the #farmfoodtour

A photo posted by Cindy Hopper (@skiptomyloublog) on


The #farmfoodtour is a partnership between Kansas Soybean Commission and Kansas Farm Bureau.