Monthly Archives: December 2016

Thanksgiving: Then and now

Today’s Thanksgiving meal is quite different from what the pilgrims ate in 1621 at the first autumn harvest feast held in what would later become the United States. Continue reading

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How long do leftovers last?

Do you know how long your leftovers will last? Continue reading

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Celebrate National Popcorn Day

National Popcorn Day is the perfect time to indulge in this popular treat and learn more about its history. Continue reading

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Many U.S. presidents were also farmers

We know a lot about past United States presidents, but did you know many of them had roots in agriculture? Continue reading

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Making an impact on water utilization in Gothenburg, Nebraska

The Gothenburg Water Utilization Learning Center was developed to provide answers and solutions to current questions and issues raised in production agriculture. Continue reading

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Organic and conventional: Q&A with a farmer

Cannon Michael’s family has farmed the same land for more than 150 years. Continue reading

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We’re thankful for our employees

Employees at Monsanto are a diverse group of people with the common goal of making a balanced meal accessible around the world. Continue reading

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