“Who Grew My Soup?” is a fun book that explores where the vegetables in vegetable soup come from. Phineas Quinn was out playing ball when his mother called him in for lunch. What boy wants to stop playing ball? For … Continue reading →
Although most farmers don’t name every animal they have, knowing which animal is which is still very important. Farmers use ear tags like these to identify individual animals in a herd where one animal looks very much like another. Ear … Continue reading →
Confined Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) are pretty strictly regulated. They are regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and by state agencies. Here in Indiana, they are regulated by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM).
I’ve heard this question a few times. It’s a strange acronym. People know that it has something to do with farms and animals, but that’s really all the detail they know. CAFOs pop up in the news a lot, and … Continue reading →
We can’t leave National Peanut Butter Lover’s month without talking about peanuts. After all, they are the main ingredient in the stuff! Here’s a book all about peanuts – how they grow from a seed to become the peanut we … Continue reading →