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Taking a Challenge by the Horns

Taking a Challenge by the Horns

Maryland woman educates as Ms. Agvocate USA July 2024 by Sean Clougherty, Delmarva Farmer Growing up on a farm in a predominantly suburban part of Anne Arundel County, Md., Lindsey Jacobs often got many questions from the public when showing her Hereford beef cattle....

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Rural Rescue

Rural Rescue

How grain bin safety training can save lives May 2024 by Nicole Zima, Virginia Farm Bureau Federation In Virginia’s heaviest grain-producing regions, people often tell stories of farmers who have had close calls while working in or around grain bins. Virginia Farm...

A Home Away from Home

A Home Away from Home

Celebrating the resilience of military children May 2024 content courtesy of Statepoint Life in the U.S. Armed Forces can be challenging, especially for the youngest members of the nation’s military community: the 1.6 million children of service members. From constant...

Staying in Your Lane

Staying in Your Lane

Various harvesting activities will require farmers to drive their machinery on public roadways as they work to complete their harvests.

Pest-Free Pets

Pest-Free Pets

According to the Companion Animal Parasite Council, 1 in 100 dogs tested positive for heartworm in 2022, and more than 1 in 4 indoor cats were positive for heartworm infection.

‘Your Fair, Your Way’

‘Your Fair, Your Way’

“2023 is a celebration of the many ways fairgoers enjoy the event,” says Marlene Jolliffe, the fair’s executive director. “We wouldn’t be who we are today without our loyal fairgoers who create traditions and have their own approach to what makes their visit special.”

Ruff Roads

Ruff Roads

A recent poll found that dogs caused a majority of drivers to be distracted on U.S. roadways.