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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Pop Goes The...Corn Kernel!

October is National Popcorn Month!  Around our house that is cause for celebration, popcorn is a “pop”ular snack for us!  To celebrate, we wanted to share so fun facts about this yummy treat...
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National Farmers Market Week

It’s National Farmers Market Week!  I have to admit, summer is not necessarily my favorite season – I’m a fan of the cooler temperatures and colors of fall – but one of my favorite things about summer has to be the abundance of farmers markets and fresh products. 
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We All Scream for...Ice Cream!

Beef month in May, followed by Dairy month in June is a pretty tough combination to beat...that is of course unless you decide to make July National Ice Cream month!  While I have to admit that I love dairy in general, ice cream has always been a special treat, so I love that ice cream gets its own “national” month!
 
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Fun Facts for the Fourth!

The Fourth of July is one of my favorite holidays, because it is a chance to celebrate not only our nation’s independence, and all of the freedoms that we enjoy because of it, and it is a wonderful time to gather with friends and family and enjoy some great food and people!
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National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month!

June bring the official beginning of summer, and its also National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month...perfect timing!  We are fortunate to have access to so many fresh fruits and vegetables in our grocery stores year round, but for me, nothing beats being able to grow your own (in a garden if you have the space, or even in some pots on  an apartment patio!), or buying from a local farmers market.
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