What Spring on the Ranch Looks Like in 2020

What Spring on the Ranch Looks Like in 2020

It’s spring on the ranch. Baby calves are born every day, which means they each get vaccinations, ear tags and vitamin shots. This week, those tasks that are ordinary to...

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Supply and Survival

Supply and Survival

It’s hard to miss the headlines about meatpacking plants and slaughterhouses closing throughout the country. At least 48 plants have reported cases of COVID-19, and 2200 workers are infected. Beef...

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Regional Food Systems and the Pandemic

Regional Food Systems and the Pandemic

This week I was interviewed by Melanie Saltzman for her PBS series, The Future of Food. Having spent countless hours with people involved in all aspects of the food world,...

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WHY YOU SHOULD GIVE FROZEN FISH A CHANCE

  Frozen seafood, when handled correctly, is of higher quality than most never-frozen “fresh” seafood on the market. Flash freezing (also known as blast freezing) refers to freezing foods at extremely low temperatures with...

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