Tag Archives: #America’s Farmers

The Spirit of the Agrarian Creed

Americans are familiar with the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution, but there was another set of principles the Founding Fathers held closely, although they never formally adopted them. Those principles are the Agrarian Creed, also known as the … Continue reading

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Farming By the Numbers

This, from the 2012 Agriculture Census $19.5 billion was the total value spent on seeds by U.S. farmers in 2012, up 66% from 2007 95.5 million no-till acres were reported by producers in the U.S. for 2012. That’s more than … Continue reading

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Farmer Profile – The Whitman Family

This month, we are happy to introduce you to the Whitman family, three generations who farm together in and around Pullman, Washington.  Jon and his wife, Carol, Jon’s son, Mike and his wife Gina, and their son, Joel and his … Continue reading

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Straight From the Farm Wife’s Mouth

America’s Farmers has put together a fantastic series of videos about real farmers – and their families. In today’s video, four farm wives – all from one family – talk about their  roles in the family’s operation, and why they … Continue reading

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Your Day Begins With A Farmer

This video, by America’s Farmers, aired in some regions during the Superbowl. Another lovely reminder of how important our farming families are. Enjoy!

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America’s Farmers Grow More Than Food

Enjoy today’s video from America’s Farmers  

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