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07:33AM May 29, 2020

Friendships, Salsa and Social Distancing

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor

Birthdays without your friends are like chips without salsa. It’s ok, but it’s far less rewarding to eat chips alone. I’ve been reminded of how friendships, like salsa, make life’s

09:35AM May 19, 2020

Quarantine Lessons You Can Only Learn in the Barn

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor

Even though life as we’ve known it has shut down, not much has changed in our barn. If anything, the learning opportunities have exploded.

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08:23AM May 15, 2020

Water + Us

AgWeb Guest Editor
AgWeb Contributor

The APM Research Lab recently conducted the first nationally representative survey of American adults’ knowledge, connection, concern, and action related to water issues facing the country.

12:07PM May 01, 2020

When Your Trampoline Breaks: Avoid Isolation

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor

When hard times come, how will you bounce back from the struggle?

13:23PM Apr 30, 2020

Executive Order No Quick Fix For Bottlenecks

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director

The coronavirus pandemic has already inflicted its wrath on America’s protein industries and the recovery will be slow. Slower still if you have cattle and hogs that need to be

07:30AM Apr 28, 2020

Just Like a Banana, Gratitude Doesn’t Age Well

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer

To inspire your team, find the time to acknowledge their work, contributions and achievements. This is especially true during a crisis.

10:07AM Apr 24, 2020

Farmers Show Up and Move Forward

Jennifer Shike
AgWeb Contributor

Farmers are wired to step up, especially in times of crisis. It’s no wonder that in caring for their communities, their families, animals and their land, that farmers can neglect