MN Department of Agriculture Paying Out $135,000 Each Year on Wolf Attack Claims

RECORD 762 OUTBREAKS OF FLU-LIKE ILLNESSES IN SCHOOLS.>>>IN THE LAST DECADE, THE MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS PAID OUT AN AVERAGE OF $135,000 ON ABOUT 110 WOLF ATTACK CLAIMS EACH YEAR. THAT’S BECAUSE WOLVES ARE FEDERALLY PROTECTED UNDER THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT, MEANING ONLY GOVERNMENT AGENTS CAN LEGALLY KILL THEM, UNLESS THEY ARE THREATENING A […]

How These Farmers Are Confronting the Climate Crisis | NowThis

– Average temperatures of the globe is continuing to go up— which, by the way, is a consensus. It’s 99.9% scientists are on the same page about this now. – 20 years ago, I was preaching that it was a hoax. When you get out of your own backyard, and you talk to people, and […]

Winning the Farmers Insurance Pro Am!

Why you should shop at your local farmers market | Mohammad Modarres

It’s been about a decade since the last financial crisis, yet this industry has never been bigger. Legislation that was meant to better regulate its largest players has hurt its smaller ones, resulting in most of the industry’s assets to be controlled by the top one percent. They’ve become too big to fail. I’m not […]

Challenges in sustainable agriculture of Croatian small-scale farmers

I look forward to wake up every morning because there is always some new surprises and new excitement waiting for me at the farm while working with animals and when working in nature. Simply, there is not a better feeling than going to the farm to visit goats, cows or cats. My name is Mario […]

Farmer Crushed Under Tractor’s Tires

I’m Glen Dunsmore, an occupational hygiene officer with WorkSafeBC. This farm was the scene of a tragic accident involving a tractor. Here’s what happened. On farms, tractors are commonly used to tow liquid manure spreaders. A tractor operator had backed a liquid manure spreader up to a manure pond to fill its 4,500-gallon tank. Once […]

Hay Day: Meet the Farmer! S2E1: Andrew from Indiana, USA

HAY DAY MEET THE FARMER CHALMERS, INDIANA, USA I’m Andrew Greene, and we are in Chalmers, Indiana. It’s a very, very small town. We don’t even have a stoplight here. We’re lucky we have a gas station. I work ten or eleven-hour days, and not really great times either. From eight in the morning to […]

‘Indigenous Rice Seeds’ central to sustainable farming in India.

If we talk about Central Rice Institute, Hazaribag There are six hundred types of noted varieties of seeds from uplands Today we see, there are hardly 10 to 12 varieties of seeds left in the villages. It may be even less Tribal farmers have preserved indigenous seeds better than the what we call mainland farmers […]