Why do we choose to ignore the preponderance of evidence on important societal issues, issue after issue? It’s simple…
Spring is lambing season, we visit a farm that specializes in raising lambs. Sudan Farm owner Susan Wilson takes us on a tour to see her lambs.
Duskwind Farm is a very special place. A farm where chickens and cows, donkeys, sheep, guinea fowl and dogs live in blissful harmony.
The Imperial Stock Ranch, which began in 1871, faces a new and serious challenge to its very survival: how to create new markets for its products to compensate for longstanding existing markets that have declined or shifted overseas. Some bold steps were needed to rethink what to do with the wool from the sheep they raise on their 30,000 acre ranch in Eastern Oregon. Their solution? Direct, value-added marketing to yarn retailers and apparel designers.
It has a distinctive taste, very different from cow or goat cheese as you will learn in this story.