by Courtney Llewellyn
New York Farm Bureau hosts an annual call each January to go over its public policy priorities for the year. It appears as if 2021 will showcase a continuation of the topics concerning Empire State agriculture
A keynote talk by a leading U.S. cannabinoid researcher is among the highlights of the third annual Industrial Hemp Conference, scheduled for Feb. 26.
Dr. John McPartland, a Middlebury osteopathic physician and consultant for GW Pharmaceuticals, will describe the
Sawyer, a Massachusetts Brittany, was named the People’s Choice Pup in American Farm Bureau Federation’s Farm Dog of the Year Contest during the organization’s annual convention. Sawyer was also named Northeast Runner-Up in the same contest. Sawyer is owned
by Edith Tucker
EAST CONWAY, NH – A creative and nimble response to customers’ needs during the pandemic has greatly increased sales in the Sherman Farm Market, now described as a specialty grocery store.
The 200-acre three-generation farm located
by Karl H. Kazaks
NEW HOPE, VA – Frank Nolen moved to the Shenandoah Valley in the 1960s. He came from western North Carolina to work at the GE plant in Waynesboro, then studied engineering at Virginia Tech, where
by Enrico Villamaino
The average age of farm operators in America is on the rise. A full third of all farmers in the U.S. are at least 65 years old. It is more important than ever for these farm