Monthly archive for June2014

Dairy: A Love Story

Dairy: A Love Story

June is National Dairy Month, so I had to sneak in a dairy post before the month is over. Did you know? The average cow produces enough milk each day to fill at least six one-gallon jugs, about 55 pounds of milk. Research is indicating that…

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Bacon makes everything better

Bacon makes everything better

We all know that bacon makes everything better.  It’s practically a universal truth.  So when it came time to submit an idea for a new flavor of ice cream at a local shop, my friend Elizabeth knew just what to do. BACON.  Specifically, chocolate-covered bacon…

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Crystal Spring Hog Equipment: Legacy Video

Crystal Spring Hog Equipment: Legacy Video

Have you watched the Crystal Spring Hog Equipment legacy video yet?  You really should. This project was a year-long labor of love for myself, the guys at Crystal Spring (and their awesome wives and sisters and kiddos), and the creative team at Jordan Green Productions,…

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Some days you just can’t

Some days you just can’t

It’s the week post-World Pork Expo, which means catching up on emails, projects, and sleep.  World Pork is enjoyable and productive in its own way, but also just exhausting.  I need an intern, more coffee, a nap. These nursery pigs understand my (first-world) pain.  Some…

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World Pork Expo 2014

World Pork Expo 2014

I’m over at SwineWeb.com again this week, sharing stories from my World Pork Expo experience.   #1: A behind the scenes look at setting up our booth   #2:  A review of tradeshow booths at WPX   #3:  Food at World Pork Expo  

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