Why am I thankful for agriculture? For me it’s about food, freedom and friends.
Dallas Dooley is a 2016 College Aggies Online competitor from New Mexico State University and winner of the week three challenge: Introduction Blog Post. Visit her blog to read more. “Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire.” I have never been one to stand around and watch idly as my dreams…
If you are not familiar with FFA, here some of the basics of the organization that has touched the lives of thousands of students.
Here are a few things to know about pig farming because bacon doesn’t magically appear on our plates (although that would be awesome!).
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Some children grow up in the suburbs, others in the big city, some live in large mansions, others in small apartment buildings, but I believe I had the best place of all to grow up.
This summer I have asked a lot of questions and I have answered just as many, but most importantly I have learned to understand the importance of “Why?”
Jennifer Weinberg, 2015 College Aggies Online (CAO) second place individual winner, grew up on a beef cattle ranch in New Jersey. In 2015, she graduated from George Washington University with a degree in Political Communications. Her goal is to defend the rights of farmers in the court of law and public opinion by fusing together…
Currently there is a great need to bridge the communication gap regarding the truth that serves as the backbone of American animal agriculture.
Heather Abeita is the 2015 College Aggies Online third place individual winner. She grew up on a small farm and ranch in New Mexico and was actively involved in 4-H and FFA. She is a senior studying Agricultural Biology at New Mexico State University with the goal of becoming a veterinarian. Read Heather’s original post…