Dear Gabby | What is Indian corn? | Community

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Adam J. Brown: Healthy soil leads to wholesome food | Business

By Adam Brown Imagine if we had a food system that actually produced wholesome food. Imagine if it produced that food in a way that regenerated the soil in which it grew. Imagine if we could eat every meal knowing these few simple things: What it is we’re eating? Where it came from? How it … Read more

Pumpkin like you’ve never had it before | Food Features

click to enlarge Credit: Ann Shaffer Glatz Pumpkin gnocchi browning in sage butter Gnocchi, pronounced N’YAW-kee, are little pieces of dough, usually round or oblong in shape, which are boiled in water or broth and tossed in a sauce. The word gnocchi is the plural of the Italian word gnocco, which means “little lump.” They … Read more

Grain Outlook: Corn market sees volatile week | News

The following marketing analysis is for the week ending Nov. 4. CORN — The grain markets saw fireworks on Sunday night to begin the week after Russian President Putin on Oct. 29 suspended its participation in the Black Sea grain corridor agreement. He stated they could no longer participate after drones attacked their ships near … Read more

Support healthy holiday eating | Capital City Parent

The holidays can bring a lot of fun and happiness to our lives, but also a few extra pounds. Modeling healthy eating for our children is ideal to help them also eat a healthier diet, but with Aunt Gertrude’s famous pumpkin pie and Uncle Dorsey’s divinity at every family party, how do we do this? … Read more

Agriculture: getting out of the Shadok logic

Since the 1950s, the desire to master nature in order to produce ever more has led to the replacement of animal and human labor with fossil fuels and chemicals. Lazy plants have appeared: stuffed with fertilizer, they do without their nitrogen-fixing auxiliaries; cultivated in monoculture on large surfaces, they are more susceptible to diseases and … Read more

Keeping Fit: 30 plants a week for good health | Don’t Miss This

Eating more whole plant foods is one of the best ways to improve your health. We have been encouraged to eat “5 a Day” in the form of fruit and vegetables and to “eat the rainbow” to get a variety of different colored whole foods into our diet each day and week. But now there … Read more

Farming continues into fourth generation for Bayard’s Ryan Liakos

Ryan Liakos was raised on the family farm near Bayard, growing dry edible beans, sugar beets and corn while raising cattle. He may not have moved far from his childhood home but that was always the intention — Liakos has a passion for farming. “I grew up on a farm, my dad’s, my entire life. … Read more

Dinner on a dime | Food Features

click to enlarge Photo courtesy of Caitlin Simpson Caitlin Simpson of Suttill’s Gardens shows off a crate of freshly harvested mustard greens. With groceries more costly than ever, let’s talk about how to make the most out of what’s in season and in your pantry. Produce is still available at many local farm stands like … Read more

NBF Releases November Yield Report for US Corn and

SAN CARLOS, Calif. and CHICAGO, Nov. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Farmers Business Network (FBN®)the global farmer-to-farmer AgTech platform and farmer-to-farmer network, today released its November US Corn and Soybean Yield Report, the fourth in FBN’s monthly series of 2022 yield reports published through December. FBN’s commodity forecasts are based on unique FBN member survey … Read more