Tag Archives: U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance

America Returns to the Jungle

A safe and secure food supply is essential to a free society The United States was always able to feed itself. Except for a few non-essentials like coffee, tea and bananas, we were self-sufficient. The British government, along with their … Continue reading

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Tapeworm Economy Threatens Food Supply

Sucking the Life Blood from Family Farm Agriculture By Mike Callicrate | March 5, 2013 “Our ground beef comes from Stampede Meat Company in Chicago, it’s delivered by Sysco, and we need enough volume for 2,000 locations.” This was the … Continue reading

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Feeding Our Families and Our Farmers

By MIKE CALLICRATE “You’ll never look at dinner the same way again.” — Food Inc. film Since the 2008 film Food Inc. pulled back the curtain on industrial food production, corporate agribusiness has been scrambling, doing damage control. A food … Continue reading

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Why being a foodie isn’t ‘elitist’

By Eric Schlosser, Friday, April 29, 3:59 PM At the American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual meeting this year, Bob Stallman, the group’s president, lashed out at “self-appointed food elitists” who are “hell-bent on misleading consumers.” His target was the growing movement that … Continue reading

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How safe is America’s food supply?

A handful of global corporations control our food supply. The same corporations finance members of Congress and other elected officials. What does this mean for Americans and other global eaters? Listen to the podcast at: http://www.derrybrownfield.com/tracks/042511.mp3

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