Farming and Ranching
Idaho agriculture contributes over $18 billion to the state's GDP, so it's no surprise that Idaho politicians are interested in the industry. Agriculture is a part of budget discussions, environmental quality assessments and wildlife management ...
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Whether you believe in eating only organically grown produce or believe you get the same nutrients and benefits from conventional produce, I'm not going to change your mind. The organic food movement has a list of valid reasons to support its case for food production as well as environmental impact...
Farming has always been a risky cash flow endeavor. You invest in land (whether you own it or lease it), you purchase fixed assets and raw materials, you secure water rights and you plant the fields. After months of labor and cultivation, you finally have something to sell. That's definitely a riskier...
When I say farming and ranching are "men's work," how do you react? Because it's true: More than 70 percent of U.S. farm operators are men.
Are you surprised to read about farming and ranching in an issue about technology? You shouldn't be. Just like much of our everyday lives, technology has become an essential tool in the farmer's shed.
There are several new trends in farming that are changing the way food is born and delivered.