EDUCATIONAL farm tours, such as breakfast on the farm, provide the public with an opportunity to learn firsthand, ask questions of farmers and other professionals and give feedback about modern food production, J.M. Smith of the University of Vermont said during an extension section of the 2016 Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of Animal Science and American Dairy Science Assn. in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Vermont held its first Breakfast on
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