Farmers and ranchers are being told to take their respective cases to the American people to educate folks on food.
“We need to get the message out, so kids know there’s more to food than going out and buying it in the stores,” U.S. Sen. Mike Johanns, R-Neb., told the American Agri-Women Conference in Nebraska City, Neb., last week, according to the Syracuse (Neb.) Journal-Democrat.
Johanns, a former Ag Secretary in the George W. Bush administration, encouraged the women to talk to school kids and host farm tours so the public can learn that farmers and ranchers take good care of their animals and their land.
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