Sierra Leone Agricusiness Development Fund
Farm Aid’s mission is to keep family farmers on the land. We’re best known for our annual music, food and farm festival, but the truth is we work each and every day, year-round to build a system of agriculture that values family farmers, good food, soil and water, and strong communities.
Learn more about our day-to-day work to celebrate and strengthen farmers, advocate for fair farm policies, connect farmers and eaters, and bring family farm food to everyone.
Our 1-800-FARM-AID hotline and Farmer Resource Network provides immediate and effective support services to farm families in crisis. We help farmers find the resources they need to access new markets, transition to morer.More Information
Each year, proceeds from Farm Aid’s annual concert and our generous community of donors are granted to nonprofit organizations working to strengthen family farm agriculture in the United States.More Information
The first domesticated animals were dogs, which were used for hunting. Sheep and goats were probably domesticated next. People also domesticated cattle and pigs. Most of these animals had once been hunted for hides and meat.More Information
Now many of them are also sources of milk, cheese, and butter. Eventually, people used domesticated animals such as oxen for plowing, pulling, and transportation.More Information