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Pet friendly foods & plants

If you are anything like me, then you absolutely adore your pets. And so, it is to them that this post is dedicated to I personally own a one-and-a-half-year-old border collie mix, and he gets into everything! So, the first step of keeping my home pet safe is ensuring that all food items, cleaning products, and plants are off the floor and out of his reach. In this post, we will be talking about the do’s and don’ts of food items and plants that are safe for your furry friend.

Putting the "you" in Agriculture

Dirty boots, callused hands, diesel trucks, and Wrangler jeans. These are things that someone might think of when talking about agriculture. And in all honesty, 5 years ago I may have just thought of these few descriptors too. Now- nearly 5 years and soon-to-be 2 degrees later- I’ve added some new words to the list. Green, innovative, holistic, opportunity, leadership, far-reaching, future forward. My name is Jacqueline and I am the founder of the Urban to Ag page. For our fi

Talk Dairy to Me - The Wonders of A2 Milk

There are many different levels of milk drinkers, ranging from the person who will slurp the leftover milk out of their cereal bowl because- yum! – to the people who may throw a dash of non-fat milk into their coffee if the barista is out of all other options. Which are you? And if you are a non-milk drinker...why? For many people, the reason they don’t drink milk is because they are lactose intolerant. No fun! No milk, means no ice cream! Many people around the globe are lac