Make these old time wooden toys for the youngsters in your life this holiday season.
Here's another great tool to help you sift through all the jargon.
Evidence of the superiority of organic food is found yet again.
Imagine farm life in Virginia in the 1900s. That is exactly what Logan and Heather Ward did, spending a year in the 21st century, living as though it were 1900.
Use simple, free materials, such as leaves and fruit, to decorate your Thanksgiving table.
Want to know what's in your milk? That's classified information.
Antibiotic-resistant Staphylococcus bacteria strains are prevalent in hog farms. Is that the source of recent outbreaks?
Know the right kind of wood to use for a quick hot fire or a long-burning even heat.
The lastest details in the evolution of the 2007 farm bill.

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