Kansas-based Peterson Farm Brothers — Gregory, Nathan and Kendal — haven’t just put together a fun new parody video, but […]
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Young farmer groups seem to be rapidly expanding across the country. Enthusiastic and motivated, they’re anxious to get going in their agriculture careers and make their marks on the industry.
It’s no secret that there’s a growing world demand for food. But what does that mean beyond the primary producer?
I grew up in rural Saskatchewan and although I’m now raising two “city” kids, I’m fortunate that we still have that […]
We asked people at Agribition about attracting youth to agriculture. Here’s what they had to say.
Heather and Jennifer Peart were a little apologetic at the very beginning of the interview in the living room of […]
Agriculture. A word that encompasses some of the most primal feelings we have. A word that is seemingly easy to explain away as little more than a few farmers in overalls plowing dirt and growing crops to feed the rest of the world.
Sara and Troy Harker are the fifth generation on their family farm and they’re carrying on a family tradition by reinventing the operation for modern times.
I hear a lot that you can’t be a farmer or rancher unless you inherit a farm or ranch. It’s […]
Shout-Out for Ag is a 4-H video contest that shares positive perspectives about agriculture and celebrates 100 years of 4-H […]
GROWMARK, Inc. is a regional co-operative that provides agriculture-related products and services to farmers and rural residents in Ontario and […]
Portia Macdonald-Dewhirst is the Executive Director of the Canadian Agricultural Human Resources Council (CAHRC), an organization that addresses human resource […]