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Food labels can be confusing! Discover what they really mean and why it matters for your family.
What’s the difference between grass-fed and organic? Here’s a breakdown on what beef labels mean for you and your family.
Illinois butcher shares beef facts for the most common questions about meat production.
Every year around this time the list makes headlines, but what are the facts behind the list and what does the science say?
Labels like “grass-fed beef” are often misunderstood and sometimes deceiving. Farmers and dietitians get to the bottom of what it all means.
There’s no commonly accepted version of what sustainability means. I visited an Illinois farm to learn about what a sustainable food system looks like from a farmer’s perspective.
Within the dairy aisle, there are countless choices with various label claims. The good news is that all milk, as long as it is pasteurized, is wholesome, safe and nutritious.
Dollar for dollar, dairy foods are one of the most economical sources of nutrition in the grocery store. Even chocolate milk packs a nutritional punch!
As a registered dietitian nutritionist I get the question all the time: Is it better for me to eat organic versus conventionally grown produce?
Keep summer satisfying with Illinois sweet corn from Keller’s Farmstand. You can even learn how to prepare Illinois sweet corn from the pros!
We built a custom dairy barn outfitted with the latest technology for cow comfort, herd health and environmental sustainability.
Just 3 oz. of beef provides your body with 10 essential nutrients and fewer calories than other options.
Here in Illinois, our soil is naturally rich and productive, but farmers must be good stewards of the land to ensure our soil health is sustained for years to come.
Meet Drew Kuhn. By day, he works for a pig farmer caring for animals. On nights and weekends. he helps run his own family’s farm.