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What Does Agvocacy Really Mean?

August 24, 2016

Being a part of the agriculture industry often people may refer to themselves as an agvocate but what does that mean? Agvocacy: The word itself is a combination of advocacy and agriculture. It is...

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5 Steps to Less Food Waste

By Alycia McClure on August 19, 2016

Did you know that food consumers (i.e. anyone breathing), in the United States waste an average of 90 BILLION pounds of food every year? You read that right, 90 BILLION POUNDS! It’s gotten...

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5 Steps to Less Food Waste

By Alycia McClure on August 19, 2016

Did you know that food consumers (i.e. anyone breathing), in the United States waste an average of 90 BILLION pounds of food every year? You read that right, 90 BILLION POUNDS! It’s gotten...

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Animal rights groups use faith outreach, click activism to reach followers

February 22, 2016

Article written by Dr. Dave Sjeklocha Original publishing by BEEF Magazine can be found here. Faith Outreach. Sounds harmless enough, doesn’t it? Frankly, it sounds like a brilliant concept. Having...

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A Budget Friendly Valentines Day STEAK Dinner

By Alycia McClure on February 12, 2016

Love is in the air this Valentines season, love for beef that is. It’s such an interesting time of year across the United States, with 90-degree weather in California and wind chills of -50 in New...

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Let's Stop The Food Waste: Week 1 Update

By Trista Brown on February 10, 2016

Last week we talked a little about how much food is wasted in the world and more specifically in the US, that post here. In September 2015 THIS  press release the United State Department of...

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Let's Stop The Food Waste

By Trista Brown on February 8, 2016

Did you know that 33% of the food produced worldwide is thrown away? This is food that is perfectly safe to eat, 300 Million TONS of it! Americans are the worst offenders wasting 40% of our food....

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The Top 5 Reasons Why We Raise Cattle In Kansas

By Alycia McClure on January 29, 2016

It’s Kansas Day in the heartland and we are proud to celebrate. We’ve been going strong since 1861 and that’s cause for celebration in our book. Instead of doing our usual #FactFriday post, we’ve put...

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12 Days and 12 Ways : Recipe Roundup

By Alycia McClure on December 28, 2015

Wow. Christmas is over and the new year is quickly approaching. It's amazing how quickly the Christmas season can pass through your finger tips and you didn't get to half of the projects,...

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12 Days and 12 Ways Day 12: Herb Crusted Prime Rib

By Alycia McClure on December 25, 2015

Herb Crusted Prime Rib Ahhhh the Holy Grail of meats, Prime Rib. The preferred method of cooking around here is in the smoker but an over will do the same job as well. Prime Rib is a simple thing to...

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