Pull up a chair and get to know the facts and folks behind your food! We’ll introduce you to seasonal recipes, hot topics and the people who know your food best — the ones who grow it!
Visit a Farm with Your Favorite Bloggers
Eat for Energy
Cooking Up Something Good in Northeast Kansas
Types of Winter Squash
Six Winter Drink Recipes to Try This Season
Today’s Top Trend Diets
Lean Beef Can Help You Achieve Your Health Goals
Three Health Benefits of Dairy
Q: Are there antibiotics in the milk I buy?
A: No. Dairy producers ensure traces of antibiotics don’t enter our food supply. All farm milk is tested multiple times before it... more
To enjoy safe and savory ground beef, remember to use a thermometer as color won’t always indicate doneness. Cook ground beef to a minimum of 160F.
In 2018, farmers in Kansas planted 165,000 acres of cotton, which produced about 335,000 bales!
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