Missouri Wineries Grape GrowingAugusta MO Wineries Hermann MO Wineries St Louis MO Etc
missouriwinery1 Missouri WineriesThe Experts at Chandler Hill a Missouri winery talk grape growing. More info 636798CORK.Also St. Louis MO, Augusta Mo Wineries, Hermann MO wineries, St. Genevieve MO wineries. Hi I'm Adam Burns with Chandler Hill Vineyards,the closest of the Missouri wineries to St. Louis. I often get questions about our wineries products,services or the winery itself People ask quot;What are the perfect growing conditionsfor MO grapeséquot; The answeré
The ideal temperature is a high in the upper80s and low in the mid 60s. The Missouri climate makes the state a great place for grapes.As any Missouri native can tell you, the state has long, hot summers with good sun exposure.This paired with the thin rocky Ozark soil is excellent for growing grapes. If you're on a quest to discover the bestMissouri wineries, then you're likely to visit the Hermann MO Wineries, Augusta MO Wineriesand the St. Genevieve MO Wineries. You might even check out some near Rock Port too, butif you live close to St. Louis and you're looking for a romantic getaway in Missouriwhy travel further than you needé
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Red Vines vs Twizzlers Red Licorice Challenge Review
Ya know . it's only junk food if youswallow it . it's time for Food Snot! Hi, I'm Tom Cote and I am the Food Snot.There has been a battle raging for years and years and years and years it's thebattle of red licorice you know what I'm talking about and it's today's battle: Red Vines vs. Twizzlers. Wars have been fought over red licorice and innocent peoplehave died and there are killers roaming the streets with licorice knives it's devastating and it makes me hungry all at the same time I happen to love black licorice but it'sbeen proven by science that I am the last human being on planet earththat likes black licorice . so I guess
I'll have to review the red stuff okayé Solet's get into this now . so first we try the Red Vines ok truth be told . these are nasty . theytaste like metal . did you ever suck on a penny or a dime when you were a kidé yeah that's what Red Vines taste like tome . what fruit flavor are they supposed to beéé Are these lead paint flavoredé Idon't taste fruit I hate them yuck! okay so it's time to try the Twizzlers YUM I like these. They're a bit harder and chewier than the Red Vines but they
taste like strawberry . yes they have aflavor . a fruit flavor . a strawberry flavor Drum roll . for my taste buds theseTwizzlers win hands down. But I know that there's a lot of people out there whoprefer Red Vines so today I'm gonna get a few kids involved here and see whatthey think okayé Here's kid number one: (kid) these ones are the best. Well that's because you have good taste! Alright so another vote for Twizzlers next kid number two here we go: (kid) I think this one wins . It's nice and sweeter than the other one. (Food Snot) well some people say I'm nice and sweeter but most people don't. Okay so she likes the RedVines . we may have to take that kid to a
and get her taste buds checkedout. Alright one more . Kid number three A really little kid they seem to knowtheir stuff . here we go (kid) ahhh. I think that this one is kind of yuckier than this one . this one is so good. (Food Snot) So you're saying the Twizzlers are kind of yuckieré Another vote for Red Vines. I can't figure out theirtaste buds . no wonder kids eat coins! So I guess it's a tie . 2 for Twizzlers and 2 for Red Vines but it is my show after all and I do make all the decisions soplease ignore the little kids and know that Twizzlers are better okayé And don'tjust take my word for it take my word also . here take it! Okay it's time for me to get out of here. I will be back
next week with more fun and who knowsnext week I may have a gourd giveaway You guys would like that wouldn't youé disclaimer: there's not going to bea gourd giveaway next week or any other week for that matter . okayé Until next week I am the Food Snotsigning off . so long . Hi, I am Tom Cote and I am the. (cough cough) My Little Pony scrawny and boney . How can you people like those Red Vinesé So if you guys enjoy these tutorials pleasethumb it up and also leave a comment below tell me what you want me to review nextokayé Also if you like the Food Snot .
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Michigan Agriculture Growing Strong 2015
Welcome to Michigan. I'm Jamie cloverAdams, the director of the Michigan Department of Agriculture and RuralDevelopment. Our fertile soils and many microclimates make Michigan home to one of the most diverse arrays of agricultural products you'll find. Customers fromaround the world know Michigan is a key source of importantagricultural products. Michigan is home to 52,000 farms on ten million acres of farmland with more than 1,800 food processors hundreds of products from fruits tovegetables to flowers and more are
cultivated right here in the Great LakesState. Michigan's food and agriculture industry is uniquely positioned forcontinued expansion already contributing over 100 billion dollars to the state'seconomy. We are excited about the sector's growth and eager to providequality products to customers around the world. Food, agriculture and relatedbusinesses are growing everyday and Michigan knows it can count on this important sector to keep jobs strong and keep millions around the world fed. (NARRATOR) Over 300 commercially available commodities are grown and processed here in Michigan including tart cherries, blueberries,
apples, dried beans, and even cucumbersfor pickles. Field crops are Michigan's largest agricultural economic productgenerating almost six billion dollars in revenue followed by livestock products,horticulture and floriculture, and then fruit and vegetables. But Michigan'sagricultural products are not limited just to food a wide variety of topquality nursery and landscape products all come from Michigan as well. Where doall these products goé All over the country; in fact all over the world. Oneinthree crop rows in Michigan areexported; Michigan sends over 3.5 billion
dollars worth of agricultural productsto places like Canada, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, China and many more. The most popular items are processed plant products: soybean and soybean meal, dairy products, wheat, processed fruit andnuts. Michigan's Governor, Rick Snyder, understands the importance of food,agriculture and exports and the role they play in reinventing Michigan's economy. (Gov. Snyder) Michigan agriculture is one of our most important industries it'scritically important. If you look at it I like to say it's one of our big tree: wehave auto manufacturing, tourism and
agriculture. What a tremendous impact on our state! And we should be thankful for all the people in ag. Our opportunities for the future aretremendous and one of those great opportunity is exporting more if youthink about it we grow things in Michigan, we make things in Michigan, and we supply the rest of the world. The world needs more agricultural products and so that's why I'm so excited for having a bright future for agriculturefor the next twenty, thirty, fifty years! Michigan's a great place to come becausewe're one stop shopping: we're the second
most diverse agricultural state in thenation so I encourage everyone come to Michigan, buy your products here and we want to ship them to you. (Narrator) Another player in the success of Michigan's food andagriculture industry is Michigan Farm Bureau the state's largest farmorganization representing the interests of more than 45,000 farmer members. Farm Bureau is a supporter of the Michigan quot;Exporter of the Yearquot; program whichrecognizes outstanding Michigan companies for their export achievements.This exporting activity is a huge boon to the state giving 29,000 jobs to theresidents of Michigan; for that reason