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Farmer/rancher videos featured on Discovery Networks

Real farmers and ranchers will be telling their stories in the weeks ahead to help Americans learn more about how food is grown and raised. The media used will be documentary-style videos that began airing Monday across the Discovery Communications’ several networks (TLC, Discovery, Discovery Science, Discovery Fit & Health, Identification Discovery, Planet Green and Animal Planet).

The videos will run through Dec. 25, under a partnership between the U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) and Discovery Networks. The project will include three, 60-second videos and one longer video, which will run from 4 to 7 minutes.

Along with actual farmers and ranchers, the videos will feature U.S. consumers – not actors – to talk about how food is grown and raised. “These individuals are real consumers, who have real questions and make real decisions about the healthy choices they make for themselves and their family every day,” said USFRA officials.

The conversations within the videos will center on the agricultural community’s commitment to making continuous improvements, as well as the role farmers and ranchers play in providing healthy food choices for everyone.

The videos can be viewed at http://www.fooddialogues.com.

Real farmers and ranchers will be telling their stories in the weeks ahead to help Americans learn more about how food is grown and raised. The media used will be documentary-style videos that began airing Monday across the Discovery Communications’ several networks (TLC, Discovery, Discovery Science, Discovery Fit & Health, Identification Discovery, Planet Green and Animal Planet).

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The videos will run through Dec. 25, under a partnership between the U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) and Discovery Networks. The project will include three, 60-second videos and one longer video, which will run from 4 to 7 minutes.

Along with actual farmers and ranchers, the videos will feature U.S. consumers – not actors – to talk about how food is grown and raised. “These individuals are real consumers, who have real questions and make real decisions about the healthy choices they make for themselves and their family every day,” said USFRA officials.

The conversations within the videos will center on the agricultural community’s commitment to making continuous improvements, as well as the role farmers and ranchers play in providing healthy food choices for everyone.

The videos can be viewed at http://www.fooddialogues.com.

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