• Falling Trade Barriers Have Helped Dairy Producers

    Philip Gruber Staff Writer

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Over the past few decades, policy reforms and rising exports have increased volatility in the U.S. dairy market, but they have also increased prices.

    “There would be some of you not farming if it were not for” world trade, said Robert Yonkers, the vice president ...  Full Story

  • Finding 'Excellence' in Farming: Young Bucks County Couple to Compete in National Contest

    Charlene M. Shupp Espenshade Special Sections Editor

    PERKASIE, Pa. — Farming for the Buckman family is a mix of passion, dedication and now excellence.

    In less than a month, Don and Kristen Buckman of Bucks County will be heading to California to represent the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau in the American Farm Bureau’s Young Farmer and Rancher ...  Full Story

  • Buyers, Pricing Can Challenge Organic Growers

    Philip Gruber Staff Writer

    HARRISBURG, Pa. — Organic food is enjoying a boom in popularity, but farmers and wholesalers still need to work to sell their food.

    Dale Stoltzfus, general manger of Oasis at Bird-in-Hand, spoke about organic marketing Dec. 9 at the Harrisburg Sheraton during the inaugural Growing Pennsylvania ...  Full Story

  • New Soybean Oil to Start Conversations at Farm Show

    Philip Gruber Staff Writer

    Farmers and consumers will get their first taste of a new, healthier soybean oil at the 99th Pennsylvania Farm Show.

    Five vendors will fry foods in high-oleic soybean oil at next month’s show, said Jennifer Reed-Harry, executive director of the Pennsylvania Soybean Board and assistant vice pr ...  Full Story

  • B&B Cabin Thrives With Herb Business

    Carol Ann Gregg Western Pa. Correspondent

    MERCER, Pa. — The lyrics, “Little cabin in the woods...” may be just part of a song for many of us, but for Deborah “Debbie” Plant, and her husband, Howard Plant, it is part of their life as herb growers and the proprietors of a little bed and breakfast in rural Mercer ...  Full Story

  • Whole Grains for a Happy Holiday?

    Sue Bowman Southeastern Pa. Correspondent

    LEBANON, Pa. — Holidays and healthy eating are two things that rarely go together, but Debbie Hartman, instructor for the Cooking Institute at the Penn State Extension in Lebanon County, is out to change that notion. During a recent program about whole grain holiday baking, Hartman outlined ta ...  Full Story

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