In a state known to many of us as America’s dairyland, Wisconsin road crews are finding other ways to make use of their dairy production. Road crews in Wisconsin have been using cheese on the roads to thaw out the
It seems incredible to think that since 1981 there are 750,000 fewer family farms. But while this number of farms decreases, family farm acreage increases. Farming continues to serve as the foundation of our American society, and there have been
Machinery Pete talks tractors and refrigerators this week. Check it out!
What effects have recent cold temperatures had on grain exports? Find out inside.
The blizzard last Sunday forced everyone to remain in doors and stay comfortable, and one thing that plays a big part in that comfort is food. I’ve been hanging on to this recipe which I found posted on my Facebook
Learn more about an app that could save your life this winter.
Last week, McKenzy wrote about Wisconsin’s use of cheese brine and rock salt to maintain roads during the winter. She sited some arguments against the use of beet juice, but I live in an area where sugar beets are one
The pressures of regulations, permits, fluctuating costs, animal rights activists and big retail chains, among other things over the last fifteen years have brought the U.S. food industry to where it is today. The many food shows and countless on-line