A look at what Vertical Farming is and how it can benefit our world!
We have achieved a lot in agriculture in the last hundred years; so, let us compare how hard it was to harvest wheat or any other cereals the old ways to today ways by using these wonderful machines.
A photo essay demonstrating a typical wheat harvest on a dryland (not irrigated) wheat and cattle farm.
When you hear the word homesteading, you might imagine the original pioneers in the 1800's or earlier making their mark on the new land. Well, that is true. But we are in a new century and that term has taken on a different meaning over the last few decades.
Perdue claims to raise chickens humanely, cage & antibiotic free. One North Carolina farmer/Perdue subcontractor says it's not true. Here's the video that hurt Perdue, but did it also hurt the farmer?
There is a growing ethnic meat market in the United States, including Jewish, Muslim, Mexican, and Eastern Orthodox/Middle Eastern Christian communities. The ethnic market has very different requirements from the conventional American market,...
The fish farms Cooperative of Orbetello Maremma produce approx 20,000 tonnes of fresh Sea Bass, Sea Bream and Corvina per year. The aquaculture of these wetlands has been active since pre Roman,times due to the massive reserves of 20 degrees, lightly salty sea water which was left deeply...
Small neighborhood markets and large grocery store chains carry produce grown by Ohio farmers. Farmer's markets are increasing both in numbers and hours of operations, and U-Pick opportunities are everywhere. If you travel Ohio inn the Summer and Fall seasons, stop at one of these roadside stands...
⚘ Slip on your blue jeans and come along, you never know what's happening at the blueberry farm! Blueberries are full of antioxidants and fiber, but their taste is the big draw.
Though unsettled weather is still likely, April begins the work in earnest.