Cheap food: Have consumers been trained? – Feedback Friday

I commute, and most of my drive time is either spent pondering life’s happenings or listening to a book on cd. I recently have been thinking about things that I don’t have an answer to,… More

The top 10 of 2014…

I have completed my first full year of blogging! While I was not the most diligent blogger, I learned a lot, met some great people, and had some great conversations. My social media goals and… More

California ranchers bracing for Pineapple Express storm

California has spent the last several years in one of the worst droughts in the state’s history. And as if it couldn’t get worse, they are preparing to face one of the worst storms they… More

Meat labels: What do they mean?

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, Organic and… More

What is humanely raised/labeled?

To continue the meat labeling discussion, I want to discuss what humanely raised/labeled means. As a refresher, you can catch up on the other labeling discussions: grain-fed and grass-fed, organic and natural programs, and no… More

Antibiotic Resistance…Part 1

Recently, I did a series on meat labeling terms. Grain-fed and grass-fed, organic and natural programs, and no hormones and no-added antibiotics. Blog reader, AW, left this message: The grass vs. grain article and follow… More

Quick reference guide on meat labeling terms

Meat labeling terms can be confusing and daunting to understand. Over the last few days I have provided information on grain-fed vs grass- fed, organic vs natural programs,┬áno added hormones or antibiotics, and humane certification… More

No-added hormones & no antibiotics – meat labeling terms (3)

Hello from windy Nebraska! Today, in part three of the great Meat Labeling Terms series, we will discuss the ins-and-outs of no-added hormones and no antibiotics. In case you missed it, we have discussed the… More