Month: July 2014

Agriculture must be more proactive on “ag gag” and animal cruelty standards

Earlier this month, I had the opportunity for a great chat with an Associated Press reporter out of Iowa on the subject of “ag gag” bills and laws. I’ve written about this series of bills earlier on this blog (perspective from Tennessee, on CNN Eatocracy, how they affect farm transparency, and asking if consumers really […]

Does removing beef from the diet improve health and environmental sustainability?

Last week, you may have seen the news creeping across your social media feeds that Virgin mogul and billionaire, Sir Richard Branson, announced he had given up consuming beef in the name of a healthier lifestyle and planet. I say kudos to him! We should all be striving to do more to reduce our environmental impact, try […]

Montana Running Ranchers Head to Napa Valley for Ragnar Relay

About the farthest I’ve ever managed to run in a day is a 10k (6 miles) race earlier this year, and other than that I’ve been pretty content with 5 miles or less. You can usually catch me in the gym or on the county roads running a 5k fairly regular. For me, running has […]

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