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Urban gardening in Aberdeen

Photo credit: Baltimore Sun

The Havre de Grace Green Team offers a total of 59 plots, and a few plots are still available this year. The group is exploring the possibility of expansion in 2016. 207 more words


Day 607 Pumpkin / Kürbis

Generally in Germany, there are no hedges or fences around the arable fields. This pumpkin plant is an escapee from a small field at the back of our house, where a local farmer grows various types of pumpkins to sell in his farm shop. 302 more words


Mesopotamian-inspired Dinner

The dinner went so well, and I will definitely be adding a couple recipes to the rotation. While we were studying agriculture, I looked into any recipes that have survived as well as recipes from the modern day countries, including Iraq, Syria, Iran, and Turkey. 535 more words

Ancient Near East

Antibiotic Resistance 101: What is the big deal about antibiotic use in agriculture?

Livestock & poultry producers are asking, “What’s the big deal about antibiotics?”. Over the last few  years the interest of consumer and media groups on how antibiotics are used in livestock and poultry has exploded. 461 more words


Welcome to Western...The Time of Your Life!

On October 9th the School of Agriculture held its Annual Open House. This event is put on by the Ag Vocators, which is a group of students who promote the School of Agriculture and recruit potential students. 415 more words


Reconnecting Consumers and the Farmer, 12 Acres Farm, Pickardville Alberta

Two years ago my husband and I sat at the table eating dinner with our five kids, discussing our diets, what types of food we eat and the origin of what’s on our plates. 27 more words

Food Service

Cropping, cultivation, GM, precision ag, R&D and big issues for Ag


Biog: We farm 500 acres of predominantly arable land in the heart of the Wye Valley at Ross-On-Wye. The whole Farm is tenanted from The Duchy of Cornwall. 1,181 more words