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Who’s wrong? Who’s right?

By Jessica Domel Every day we face small battles. The battle to be on time. The battle to do your best. The battle to make ourselves happy. But lately, many of us have found ourselves battling something else entirely–one another. On Facebook and Twitter, I find long-time friends and even family members arguing about things [...]

July 12, 2016|Categories: Featured|Tags: , , , , , , |1 Comment

What’s wrong with a label?

By Jessica Domel One of our nation’s smallest states is making big waves across the nation. And it could soon affect every food product we buy. Months ago, Vermont announced it would require all food suppliers to label their products if they contained any genetically modified ingredients, beginning July 1. As we near that deadline, [...]

May 31, 2016|Categories: Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , , |1 Comment

5 ways agriculture can affect you in 2016

By Julie Tomascik A headline. It’s eye opening. But is it true? It’s how we get our news in today’s fast-paced society. Short snippets catch our attention and influence our decisions, including those about agriculture. Like food choices, farming and ranching practices and more. But it’s a new year. A time to ask questions. And [...]

GMO fear isn’t justified

By Julie Tomascik Like safe, nutritious foods? At an affordable price? Genetic modification has long played a role to bring that to your dinner table. Every day. Although it’s been highly debated. Often criticized. And never fully appreciated. It’s a well-known food fight. One that CBS News tackled this weekend. Taking a look at GMOs [...]