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Category Archives: Animal Care
May is a busy month. Hamburger month AND barbecue month … and how better to celebrate than with DaBurger! Yes, hamburgers are typically made from beef. But pork is a delicious and nutrious option to change up hamburger month – and … Continue reading
We’ve been talking a lot about pets here on CornCorps this month because it’s National Pet Month! Celebrate by brushing up on your Pet First Aid knowledge, and then tickle your funny bone with this cute video about the joys … Continue reading
Imagine a cute, cuddly puppy. Pets are a great thing to have around your house. It’s always nice to have a companion who will love you, no matter what. What kinds of pets have you had? Cats, dogs, hamsters or … Continue reading
Growing up on a farm was one of the best gifts that I have ever received. With it came with great responsibility at a young age. There were several animals to take care of, all of which my brother and … Continue reading
About 20 miles outside Normal, IL lies a small town of 600 people called Danvers. I grew up on the outskirts with my Mom and Dad, Sister, two dogs and a large amount of barn cats that stayed in our … Continue reading
Life on the farm always meant lots of animals. I remember one fall when my dad inadvertently killed a mama bunny with the combine when harvesting the corn. Somehow, he found the nest and brought all those baby bunnies home … Continue reading
Dairy farmers truly feed the nation with nutritous wholesome dairy products. Join the Midwest Dairy Association in “Feedin’ a Nation” by making a food bank donation to ensure the health of all generations! Learn more at http://www.DairyMakesSense.com.
Each person may have a different definition of the word “pet”. The Webster dictionary defines the term as “a domesticated animal kept for pleasure rather than utility”. Many people have the discussion on a horse being considered as a pet, … Continue reading
Being from a big city, the talk is usually a long way from anything agriculture related. Some people have never been to a farm, don’t know what a combine is, or where their food truly comes from. That however is … Continue reading
If you’re interested in livestock production and how Illinois farmers raising your beef, pork and poultry, you might want to take a few minutes to watch this video. And then check out more at http://www.watchusgrow.org. Through the Field Mom program, … Continue reading