Male Meat?

While sitting at a sidewalk cafe last week, a older woman at another table struck up a conversation.  She seemed lonely and wanting to talk to someone, anyone.  Having a difficult time hearing  because of the sound from the fountain,  I got up and walked over to her table. “You look familiar, where do you work”, she asked.  I explained that I taught Animal Science classes at the local Community College for 20+ years.  As
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What Children Know About Food

Guest blog by: Dr. Tiffany Lee, DVM A few months ago I was asked to create a PowerPoint presentation for children. The subject was to be “Where our food comes from.” Easy enough, right? I thought so too. As it turns out, the task was far from easy. I started by opening the PowerPoint program. I titled the first page “Where our food comes from.” I was rolling along pretty well, huh? Then it hit
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Mowing the Grass

  You probably mow your grass every week or so in the summer, but have you ever thought of harvesting a corn field as mowing grass?  That’s exactly what it is because CORN IS A GRASS.  A member of the grass family, corn is the largest grass plant grown for food production and the most efficient.  It produces more nutritional energy per acre than any other cultivated crop or native pasture.  When someone says cattle
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