• Josh Flint

    What Do You Listen To In the Combine?

    Prairie Gleanings

     by Josh Flint
     on September 27, 2011

    I’ve got a bit of a confession to make. I’m a music nut. What type, you ask. Anything and everything. Right now, I’m listening to Rod Stewart’s “Maggie May.” As I culled through my e-mail, I’ve listened to The Statler Brothers, Nirvana, Brett Dennen and Jackson Browne. About a month ago, I gave up on the idea of “owning” the music I enjoy. It was getting expensive, even at 99 cents a song. Plus, it’s a hassle to load it onto…

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  • Josh Flint

    Consumers Are Wrong: We Do Have an Obligation To Feed the World

    Prairie Gleanings

     by Josh Flint
     on September 15, 2011

    The Center for Food Integrity released a study this week that shows just how far removed consumers are from the farm. According to the survey, 40% of consumers strongly disagreed with the statement “The United State has a responsibility to provide food for the rest of the world.” Instead, more than half agreed with a statement that said we should concentrate on teaching developing nations how to feed themselves, rather than export food to them. There are two very important…

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