Knowledge Center Blog

Welcome to the Farm Credit Knowledge Center Blog!  This blog is a combination of posts from industry experts, Knowledge Center staff and guest contributors covering all aspects of agriculture and life in the country.  We want you to participate in this blog, sharing your thoughts and comments about the topics posted here.

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It's School Time! A Resource for Teachers

Um…is anyone else struggling with the fact that it is August already?!  It doesn’t seem possible, but here we are – and with August comes back to school for many teachers and students. 
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Agriculture and Baseball

Who loves baseball??  As one of “America’s Favorite Pastimes” baseball continues to be a popular sport, and we’re right in the middle of baseball season!   Bud did you know that without agriculture, you couldn’t have baseball?
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National Corn on the Cob Day

It’s National Corn on the Cob Day!  Admittedly, with the weather that we have been having lately in quite a large section of Virginia and West Virginia hasn’t been extremely conducive to cooks outs...but corn on the cob is still a staple and symbol of summer for many people.
 
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Delicious, Nutritious...Beef!

You may have heard us mention that May is Beef Month…did we mention how excited we are (it runs a tight race with Dairy Month in June around here…more on that later!)?  Beef is a great source of protein – lean protein if you choose lean cuts of meat or hamburger with a higher percentage of lean,...
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Join the 1 in 3

Did you know that 1 in 3 people work in agriculture worldwide (source:  FAO.org)?  Yes, you read that right…33% of people worldwide work in agriculture.  Does that number seem a little high?  It might, if agriculture careers were only those directly involved in production agriculture…but they are not.  A career in agriculture can be so many different things.  Accountants, lobbyists, sales representatives, zoologists, engineers, and more are all needed in agriculture. 
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