10 Things You May Not Know About GMOs

tractor

Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) are a huge advancement in agricultural technology. Wanda wrote a great blog post about some of the most common misconceptions about GMOs. 10 Things You May Not Know About GMOs. What questions do you still have? … Continue reading

Nebraska Extension on Pure Nebraska: A partnership made on tv

1011 interview

A new partnership has recently been formed between Nebraska Extension and Pure Nebraska (a 10/11 news ag focused news program). Pure Nebraska highlights an Extension Educator/program on Thursdays and a 4-H Educator/program on Fridays. Pretty cool huh? I recently did … Continue reading

Herbie Husker, a rumen, and a fistula… Wordless Wednesday

Herbie_MBL

Herbie Husker visits the UNL Mobile Beef Lab (read more about the lab and the fistula here). ——————————— Dr. Lindsay can also be found on: – Website (http://food.unl.edu/ag-and-food) – Twitter/Instagram (agwithdrlindsay) – Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/agwithdrlindsay) – Pinterest (Lindsay Chichester-Medahunsi)

Bottle Baby… Throwback Thursday

IMG_7292-0

This little gem is from 1998, I was managing the cattle herd for Redlands Community College where I was also a student. This little guy’s mom didn’t come into her milk after she had him, so I had to supplement … Continue reading

Meat labels: What do they mean?

IMG_7291 (3)

Originally posted on Agricultural with Dr Lindsay:
Today I wanted to come back to meat labels. A couple of months ago I did a series on what meat labels mean. For full details check them out at: Grain-fed and Grass-fed,…

Beef for your ears… Wordless Wednesday

BeefWatch promo

Podcasts: Subscribe or listen. ——————————— Dr. Lindsay can also be found on: – Website (http://food.unl.edu/ag-and-food) – Twitter/Instagram (agwithdrlindsay) – Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/agwithdrlindsay) – Pinterest (Lindsay Chichester-Medahunsi)

Is the beef industry sustainable: A look at grass-fed, hormones, growth promotants, and more

Capper

Recently, several of my colleagues and I hosted a Sensitive Issues: Media and Communication Training, we worked on developing and improving our communication skills around agriculture and agricultural topics. One of the topics we received more information on was sustainability. … Continue reading