Questions about where your food comes from, how it’s raised or what’s in it?
Find more answers about your food at these sites:
Illinois farm families may come in all shapes and sizes, but we all share common ground.
Join America’s farmers and ranchers, who are committed to continuous improvement, for The Food Dialogues – a conversation about how we grow and raise our food.
Have a question about farming? Ask the farmers!
Have you ever wondered who is growing your food, how they’re producing it and whether or not it’s safe? It’s only natural that you might have questions. At CommonGround, we can help you find the answers.
Farm Flavor features hundreds of recipes and follows food’s journey from the farmer’s field to your kitchen. Browse our recipes, cooking tips and more
“U.S. food does not pose a safety concern based upon pesticide residues.” United States Department of Agriculture, Pesticide Data Program Report. “If one-half of the U.S. population were to increase fruit and vegetable consumption by one serving each per day, an estimated 20,000 cancer cases might be avoided each year.”
We’re America’s farming and ranching families, and we love our land and what we do. We’re committed to honesty, integrity and hard work, and we’re proud to share details on how the beef you eat makes its way from our pastures to your plate.
Where pig farmers, academics, youth, veterinarians & allied industry members unite to discuss how modern pig farming really works. This is #RealPigFarming!
With so many food choices, it can be hard to determine what’s best for your family. There’s good news, though – dairy can help. Simply head to the dairy aisle and you’ll find a variety of healthy dairy foods that deliver incomparable nutrition, value and taste.
Best Food Facts interviews experts to answer your questions about food. This site is a trusted source of third-party food system experts.
GMO Answers is dedicated to creating an open dialogue on the topics of biotechnology and GMOs in food and modern agriculture
South Dakota’s soybean farmers invite you to pull up a chair and talk with us about food and farming. We want to put everything on the table. We know you might have questions, and we’d like to share our stories about the care and pride we put into raising healthy food.