By Kim Buddington To all my dairy loving, hardworking farm gals out there…are you working on a health and fitness goal or two this year? Or maybe you were, and then a certain global crisis struck and threw you off? (Stress eating anyone??? Ugh, guilty! ;/ 😉 It’s no secret that the web is teemingContinue reading “Dairy Girl Fitness- Strengthening Women & Promoting Dairy”
By Kim Buddington If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably inadvertently found yourself up here. Wide awake, 3 hours past your bedtime, thanks to watching video after video on YouTube. It’s just so easy to do, right? One can search up and watch videos about anything on the planet. You can go from episodes of old TVContinue reading “Introducing SaskDutch Kid- Where Dairy Farming & YouTube Meet”
Hey friends! Are you on Instagram? Sweetpea’s Evening Ag News is, and we invite you to follow along with us! Some of the content we plan to post includes: Previews, snippets, and featured photos from articles appearing on this blog “Shout outs” to businesses and organizations that are members of our Agribusiness Directory (Will thatContinue reading “Follow Us!”
By Kim Buddington Today’s consumers want the truth- especially when it comes to agriculture and the dairy industry. Unfortunately, the truth can be hard to find at times, and it seems to get lost in the vast sea of information available at our fingertips. To help make the truth about milk and dairy farms moreContinue reading “97 Milk- Restoring the Image of Dairy and WHOLE Milk!”
I am forever thankful to have had the opportunity to grow up being a “fair kid.” If you also grew up putting hours of work, along with blood, sweat, and tears into your livestock projects, you can probably relate. Folks who haven’t had the experience may not get it.
By Kim Buddington We’re just going to come and say it first off- the present and future of American agriculture is in great hands! Allow us to introduce you to Taylor Dawson of Ohio, an incredible young woman who has been busy proving to the world that wearing a crown, and showing cattle can absolutelyContinue reading “Where Crowns Meet Cows- Introducing an Ashland County Ag Queen”