Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down: Hot Weather, Farm Shows, Kraft Dinner and Twerking

It’s officially back to the grind for the RealAg team, which means Shaun Haney and Lyndsey Smith sat down for another edition of the Most Serious 10 to 15 Minutes in Ag News — Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down.

In this episode, Shaun and Lyndsey discuss how junk food is still junk food, even if it’s labeled organic, how a useless cattle levy carried on for nearly eight years was finally tossed out in a PR move that’s sure to impress and (I can’t even believe I’m saying this) Miley Cyrus’s VMA performance. Not to be missed, of course, is their almost serious discussion on farm shows, why Lyndsey is well adapted to northern climates and the soon-to-be-internet-craze Famers in Jorts (jean shorts, FYI).

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Ted Eastley

organic labeling – how do people feel about the organic certified vodka and organic certified tobacco that is available – sort of an oxymoron from my point of view!!!

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