agroterrorismYahoo! News, Agence France Presse, reports that American farmers got a new set of tips from the US Department of Agriculture this harvest season: how to protect themselves from a terrorist attack.

Few were likely to worry much in the quiet rural communities that have so far been untouched by the low cloud of anxiety that has settled over urban areas with the dense populations, which offer anonymity to outsiders and potentially high casualty counts.

"Out here things are still pretty quiet," said cattle rancher Rod Findley as he finished feeding his Hereford heifers in an early morning fog that drifted across the Missouri hillsides. "I would think a terrorist would be a little out of place around here."Continue Reading US officials warn of terrorist attacks on food supply