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  • OCT
    29
    2015

    TRICKED INTO TREATING: HSUS PREYS ON ITS DONORS

    What kind of street does a ghost like best? A dead end. What kind of music do mummies listen to? Wrap. What is HSUS’s favorite costume? A charity that actually helps animals and doesn’t just use its money lining pockets… On second thought, they alr...

  • OCT
    26
    2015

    POTENTIAL COSTS OF GMO LABELING: A CORNELL UNIVERSITY STUDY'S FINDINGS

      If a product contains an ingredient that is safe, why do we need a label that identifies it? That is the question we must ask ourselves when considering the debate over GMOs, or genetically modified organisms. Generally speaking, the...

  • OCT
    27
    2015

    OUR LAND IS OUR LAND: A STORY OF HOPE AND VICTORY AGAINST BLM OVERREACH

      As we all know, the relationship between the Bureau of Land Management and the agriculture community is sketchy at best, especially with such instances as their victorious retrial of an ‘eco-terrorism’ charge against two ranchers in whi...

  • OCT
    19
    2015

    THE CONNECTION BETWEEN PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES AND FARMING

    There is a stereotypical image that surrounds professional athletes. When you think of big names in sports your mind automatically jumps to parties, fast cars, mansions, and a luxurious lifestyle that the common man couldn’t possibly grasp. For so...

  • OCT
    20
    2015

    KENTUCKY AGRICULTURE COMMISSIONER RACE - THE FACTS

      The primaries are long over and the race is underway for one very important Kentucky seat: Commissioner of Agriculture. The battle is now between Ryan Quarles (R), and Jean-Marie Lawson Spann (D). Having a pro-farming commissioner is im...

  • OCT
    21
    2015

    AMERICA - THE IDEAL COUNTRY FOR A DEGREE IN AGRICULTURE

    Earlier this year we posted an article explaining that the biggest problem with employment after college was NOT a lack of opportunity, but individuals getting degrees in the wrong field. For example, studies have shown that the average annual jo...

  • OCT
    14
    2015

    BE WARY OF HSUS FUNDRAISING IN SOUTH CAROLINA

    It often requires the generosity of others to help lift a community up after a natural disaster. Whether it’s flooding on the east coast, tornadoes in the heartland, wildfires in the West, or any other tragedy that befalls a region, we must be ther...

  • OCT
    15
    2015

    WORLD'S FARMERS NOT MEETING PRODUCTION INCREASE NEEDS

      In America, an amazing feat has been accomplished. Only two percent of the population is producing food for the national population of over 321 million people. Through modern and precision agriculture, our food producers are doing well...

  • OCT
    13
    2015

    BLM PURSUED ECO-TERRORISM CHARGES AGAINST OREGON RANCHERS

      Two Oregon ranchers were sentenced last week to five years in federal prison “under terrorism statutes” for a 2001 incident in which they claim they were setting preventative fires on their own land that eventually spread elsewhere....

  • OCT
    08
    2015

    HSUS BRINGS POORLY-CONCEIVED FERTILITY CONTROL PLAN TO FERAL HORSE DEBATE

      When it comes to the feral horse issue in the American West, the only thing that needs to be sterilized are the bad ideas coming from animal rights activists. That hasn’t stopped groups such as Wild Horse Education from muddying the...

  • OCT
    12
    2015

    SPORTSMEN'S ACT PASSES FIRST HURDLE IN HOUSE COMMITTEE

    A pro-hunting and fishing bill that would also be a monumental piece of legislation for all outdoorsmen has successfully made its way through the U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources in its first step towards passage. Known as the Sportsmen...

  • OCT
    07
    2015

    THE WEIRD AND OUTRAGEOUS OF HUNTING AND FISHING LAWS

      Watching the sunrise while nature is waking up around you, smelling the morning air, and participating in an age old tradition is just not something a non-hunter can truly understand. I know that we all wish that we never had to give th...

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