July 4 2022
I tell this story to illustrate that we in animal agriculture are losing the game of owning the narrative of a principle that we have been managing long before it was newsworthy
June 30 2022
When it comes to on-farm sustainability practices, much of the focus is understandably on efforts to protect your land, water, and air
June 28 2022
Framing our conversations around sustainability makes the word mean something farmers and consumers can grab on to
June 27 2022
As consumers, we can play a role in reducing the nation’s carbon footprint, but it might not be in the way most people think
June 23 2022
Greenhouse gases are emitted though human activity, and they accumulate in the atmosphere
June 13 2022
The manure and bedding material removed from a bedded pack barn can be a valuable nutrient source for crops, but it is bulky
June 13 2022
Dairy's path to climate neutrality was presented by Frank Mitloehner, University of California, Davis
June 8 2022
in a not so far-off future, the most profitable dairies in the country may not be milking for money. Dairy farms will be milking cows for credit
May 25 2022
There is not one person, industry, city, technology, or politician to blame for California’s lack of water
May 17 2022
Be ready with these facts to share agriculture’s sustainable story whenever you get the chance to talk to people in the general public
May 13 2022
With the heat comes the flies, and our farm uses several methods to keep these pests off our cows
May 9 2022
Dairy farmers are under growing pressure about the environmental impacts of their dairy operations as well as the economic implications of running a business
April 25 2022
“Closing the loop” of food production is the goal at Royal Dairy in Royal City, Wash., and Austin Allred has implemented industry-leading tools that are allowing him to do just that
April 18 2022
U.S. dairy has demonstrated time and again its environmental achievements. Producing a gallon of milk in 2017 required 30% less water, 21% less land, and had a 19% smaller carbon footprint
April 11 2022
What does sustainable agriculture look like? There’s more to it than mitigating climate change
March 7 2022
The phrase “carbon markets” gets tossed around often during conversations about sustainability and agriculture, but how many people truly know what a carbon market is
Jan. 20 2022
This may be one instance that inflation and supply chain issues could work to a farmer’s advantage. The same economic storm that’s driving up equipment, fertilizer, and other input costs
Dec. 30 2021
Beginning in February 2022, seven pieces of machinery at the Port of Los Angeles — including a crane, machines that offload containers, and trucks — will be powered by hydrogen
Dec. 7 2021
It will be a long rebuilding process for farms and communities that were impacted
Nov. 19 2021
Companies are committing to environmentally friendly practices, but it still starts in the field and on the farm