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If you live in Tennessee you may have been aware of the recent debate over House Bill 1191 by Representative Andy Holt, or you may not. And you may certainly be wondering what this has to do with changing my … Continue reading
Not much will get my crew more excited than a new litter of puppies. They love it when the new baby calves arrive but the new puppies seem to win out every time. Here is my crew with our newest … Continue reading
Reblogged from One Hundred Meals: – written by Ellen Recently, Grant and I enjoyed a late second dinner with two conventional diary farmers at Telegraph in Chicago. One farmer is from the Central Valley of California — he uses rBST. … Continue reading
This is a first for me, I am blogging about Cracker Barrel while driving down 840 east as my husband drives home. I have not been home in over a week. First, I was off to DC for communications leadership … Continue reading
Despite the fact that our federal Government and the Supreme Court have upheld the need to limit EPA regulation of federal waterways to “navigable” waters of the United States, the EPA currently has proposed a guidance document which will go … Continue reading