I think what's happened with baby food in the last ten years is so interesting and kind of completes the story in a very interesting way.
Amy Bentley took her time writing her new book about the invention and evolution of baby food in America. She's with us today to talk about the changing trends.
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Why grasslands are hot commodities for ranchers these days.
Indiana rancher Dave Fischer talks about how he's cultivated relationships with local restaurants.
And, we have a profile of the man behind the Obama administration's agriculture policy -- Tom Vilsack.
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