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Farm to Market – Food Fermentation, Orchards, Hoop Houses 2017 Day 2

By   /  November 11, 2017  /    /  No Comments

Saturday, November 11, your choice of what programs will help you best. We are offering three different tracks for you to choose from, which program will help you best with your farm; Fermentation of food, Build a Hoop House or Understanding the Fruit Orchard. Dr. Brian Nummer will teach Food Fermentation. There is a wide […]

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Two Soil Improvement Practices – Should You Spend Your Money?

By   /  February 1, 2016  /  Consider This  /  10 Comments

Asking the right questions can save you time and money. Here we demonstrate how we asked questions about Keyline Plowing and Soil Balancing to decide if those practices work for farmers and ranchers.

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How Science Works: Learning From Controversy Over a Study Linking GM Corn to Tumors in Rats

By   /  January 6, 2014  /  Consider This  /  12 Comments

The whole topic of Genetically Modified Organisms is controversial, and this article doesn’t discuss their use or banning their use. Instead, we want to look at this current controversy to help us understand how the scientific process works, why science done well is important to helping us make decisions, and how we can gather information to help us understand the difference between science properly done, and science poorly done.

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