Often exposed to Virginia’s sweltering summers, farmers and other outdoor workers are encouraged to take precautions against heat-related illnesses.
Backyard poultry flocks are increasingly popular as people explore ways to raise their own food and become more self-reliant amid the pandemic.
Summer squash is an ancient fruit that is still enjoyed on modern dinner tables, and the summer staple is thriving on farms and in gardens across Virginia despite a late spring frost.
County Farm Bureau Women’s Committees across Virginia are banding together to help the hungry in their communities with a classic lunchtime staple—peanut butter and jelly.
Ready for a change of scenery as travel restrictions ease? Your Farm Bureau membership has you covered!