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Man's Best Friend Lends A Helping Hand

This is a news story about a PHARM Dog, Duke, serving in Kansas and Nebraska, that "easily takes the place of two cattlemen".

Jackie Allenbrand of PHARM Dog USA wants all AgrAbility projects to know that if they have any farmers that have the need for a trained dog, PHARM Dog will train dogs and place them in other states. - Kansas Farmer

Cattleman Conquers Challenges

Despite growing up with a disability, Clayton's passion for agriculture would not be quenched.
Lance’s Journal; KOLN/KGIN-TV

Organic garden will help homeless veterans get back to work

Navy veteran Lovay Wallace -Singleton loves to garden, and decided to take action to help the homeless veterans she sees in our area.

Students with developmental disabilities have fun learning farming skills

“Our motto is ‘A place where exceptional farmers live, work, play and grow,’” ...
The Kansas City Star

Young farmer surpasses disability for life calling

Paraplegics who work in a cubicle have a tough enough time adjusting. When your office is in a combine, leave it to a farmer to make it possible.
KCCI News 8