Cultivating the public’s knowledge about farming

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Know the difference between a Holstein and a Hereford? You’re in rare company. According to a new survey, nearly three in four Americans admit that they know “very little or nothing” about farming. It’s a solid bet they know even less about different breeds of cattle —or the difference between the sweet corn we eat and the field corn grown on most farms
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