Author: Logan Fullerton

Hi, my name is Logan Fullerton, and I am currently a freshman at the University of Missouri majoring in agricultural education and leadership. I was born and raised in the Ozarks in the small town of Bolivar, Missouri. I’ve lived on a farm my entire life, but what my family has raised on that farm has changed a bit throughout the years. We raised Angus cattle when I was younger, but ended up getting out of the cattle business about 10 years ago. Around eight years ago we bought two Red Wattle hogs and have been raising pigs ever since. We now have a small Berkshire operation. After college I want to land a job in the agriculture policy field, working to help better the agriculture industry through laws and policies. I am excited to be part of CAFNR Corner Post staff this semester, and I look forward to developing my writing skills as I work alongside staff members who share the same love for agriculture that I possess.

Hot air balloons lift spirits at autumn festival

Floating hot air balloons glowed throughout the night sky as children raced between carnival rides with their parents in tow at the Missouri Autumn Carnival and Balloon Festival. The festival was held Thursday, Oct. 18, through Sunday, Oct. 21, at…

CP Editorial: The absurdity of misleading food labels

Companies are using unnecessary labels such as “organic,” “all-natural,” and “non-GMO” on their products to capitalize on consumers’ misconceptions, and it’s time for them to stop. Uninformed consumers are led to believe that these products are better or healthier and…