PART 2 – www.youtube.com ANT Farm – Season 1 Episode 1 – Part 1/2 – TransplANTed – [HD] Premiered – May 6th 2011 Subscribe and watch the videos for more ANT Farm (C) 2011 Disney Enterprises, INC I DO NOT OWN ANY RIGHTS FOR THIS VIDEO IN ANY FORM OR WAYS. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS VIDEO IS UPLOADED SOLELY FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES ONLY, TO VIEW OR WATCH AND NOTHING MORE. THANK YOU. Video Rating: 4 / 5
In episode two of a five part series, Fair Oaks Farms social media director Anders Porter dives deeper into the cheese-making process with Dave, the Plant Manager. Join us to learn more about the process of preparing the milk to be made into cheese. Video Rating: 5 / 5
EPISODE 2 – (Link inserted soon) ANT Farm Season 1 Episode 1 Part 2 of 2 “TransplANTed” Premiered – May 6th 2011 Subscribe and watch the videos for more ANT Farm. (C) 2011 Disney Enterprises, INC I DO NOT OWN ANY RIGHTS FOR THIS VIDEO IN ANY FORM OR WAYS. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS VIDEO IS UPLOADED SOLELY FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES ONLY, TO VIEW OR WATCH AND NOTHING MORE. THANK YOU.
Leave a Legacy TV: The women of America’s agricultural community make a difference as they take the reins in a male-dominated industry. Exemplary women provide sound role models for our daughters. Join us for this episode and learn from the experiences and perspective of Jessica Lundberg of Lundberg Family Farms, Angie May of Minich-May Family Farms, Kimberly Clauss of Clauss Dairy Farms, and Dr. Jennifer Ryder Fox of California State University, Chico. Learn more at www.FarmJournalLegacyProject.com. Video Rating: 0 / 5
Closed Caption and Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard Hearing Community provided by Project ReadOn. Hire Project ReadOn to Closed Caption your project www.projectreadon.com Today Bubbe shows you her way to make meat balls. The yiddish word of the day goes out of control. Thank you for everyone’s support 70+ viewers and going strong. For now join the message boards at www.chalutzproductions.com and join the community discussion. Video Rating: 4 / 5
BIO: Thompson Farms has been a family owned and operated agricultural facility for over 50 years. Back in the year 1952, Richard K. Thompson and his wife Phyllis purchased the farm outside of Sigel, Pennsylvania and after that the “T” Line Jerseys was born. The farm specialized in the production of quality dairy products like many dairy farms did back in the day. In the 1980’s Thompson Farms part in the dairy industry reached its climax due to a gradual drop in the price of milk and lack of available financing. After restructuring of the farm, the Thompson Farms brand began to specialize in beef cattle. In the year 1993, Richard K. Thompson passed away and the farm was put under new ownership. Richard C. Thompson who was Richard K. Thompson’s son assumed operational leadership of the farm. Modernization of the farm was the top objective of Richard’s leadership. Some of the modernization projects that Richard brought to the farm were the square baler with automatic thrower, the 100 horsepower tractor, the CASE-IH skid loader, the first German engineered round baler that wrapped bales in water resistant netting, and a state-of-the-art cattle pasturing system. Richards mother Phyllis (Richard K. Thompson’s wife) who was the farm’s secretary, retired in the summer of 2000 due to heart problems. After months in personal care, it was believed that complications with her paste maker lead to her passing that December. In 2001, Thompson Farms received a government grant to build a … Video Rating: 5 / 5