Real Food: Smart People Make Every Bite Count

Real Food: Smart People Make Every Bite Count

#food #eating #COVID19, #health “Good nutrition drives overall good health, so prepare and eat Real food‘– Paul Ebeling The past 11 months’ of COVID-19 chaos has had numerous good effects on cognizant people, not the least of which is the renewed focus on preparing and eating Real food at home in a healthy family atmosphere. […]

The US Chicken Industry Staying Strong

The US Chicken Industry Staying Strong

The US chicken industry has experienced an unprecedented run of historic profitability since 2012 and responded by significantly increasing production and processing capacity. Six new poultry processing plants are expected to be operating by 2020, while production and supplies of competing animal proteins are also expanding. According to a new report from CoBank’s Knowledge Exchange Division, profitability […]

Out in the Extreme Cold? You Need these Nutrients

Out in the Extreme Cold? You Need these Nutrients

Extremely cold temperatures are deadly in many areas of the Northeast and Midwest areas of the US, as it is experiencing the worst deep freeze in decades. In this conditions our bodies works overtime, and Winter can wreak havoc with the immune system as people struggle with extreme weather, lack of Sunshine and more cases […]

Dine on Organic Turkey This Thanksgiving

Dine on Organic Turkey This Thanksgiving

Dine on Organic Turkey This Thanksgiving Still deciding whether to buy an Organic turkey or a conventionally raised bird for Thanksgiving this year? This is a Key reason to consider going Organic: Turkeys that carry the USDA organic seal are not given antibiotics. About 80% of the antibiotics sold in the US are used in industrially produced livestock. […]

US Farmers Hurry to Harvest Crops as Hurricane Florence Looms

US Farmers Hurry to Harvest Crops as Hurricane Florence Looms

US Farmers Hurry to Harvest Crops as Hurricane Florence Looms $WEAT, $CORN, $SOY As powerful Hurricane Florence moves closer to the southeastern United States Tuesday, farmers in North Carolina rushed to harvest Corn and Tobacco and stock up on pig rations, while the danger of deadly flooding threatened a state where millions of farm animals […]