Here’s a look at some interesting facts about the potato, including nutritional and numbers, such as how many are grown to become frozen french fries.
Did you know that you can tell whether an egg is fresh or stale by dropping it in water? May is National Egg Month, and we’re celebrating with some fun farm facts about eggs.
Agriculture is one of the United States’ most important industries, employing 17 percent of the country’s total work force. Here are fun facts and statistics about U.S. agriculture.
U.S. farmers in more than 30 states grow soybeans, making soybeans the country’s top value crop export. Find out more soybean facts and stats.
Horseradish is a member of a venerable botanical family, Brassicaceae, which includes broccoli, cabbage, mustard and wasabi. Read on for more horseradish fun facts.
In 2010 the United States produced a whopping 8.6 million pounds of the breath-fresheners. Here are some more fun facts about mint.
Harvested between July and Labor Day, the watermelon is the most consumed melon in the United States. Here are some fun facts about this juicy fruit.
Corn covers more American farmland than any other crop, yet you’ll need to find a backyard garden for some corn on the cob.
Learn fun facts and farmer statistics about corn, such as the size of a bushel of corn.
Follow the corn crop through the year from planting in spring to harvesting in fall and its uses beyond.
It’s sweet, sticky and delicious on warm pancakes or waffles, but there’s a lot more to maple syrup than meets the eye – or taste buds.
You may not think of a popular brand such as Red Gold being local, but Red Gold tomatoes are grown by Midwestern farmers, and the company remains family-owned.