When I think of #WhyIThankAg, a million reasons come to mind.
Why am I thankful for agriculture? For me it’s about food, freedom and friends.
If you are not familiar with FFA, here some of the basics of the organization that has touched the lives of thousands of students.
Oink you glad it’s Porktober? Not only is it finally starting to feel like fall with pumpkin spice everything hitting the stores, but it is also Pork Month! Farmers are dedicated to caring for their pigs so we can enjoy bacon next to our eggs every month of the year. 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?”
Being a part of the College Aggies Online program provided me the opportunity to do exactly what I love to do more than most everything else- talk about cattle and agriculture.
Currently there is a great need to bridge the communication gap regarding the truth that serves as the backbone of American animal agriculture.
I am a better agvocate today because CAO has taught me so many great points on how to be a great agvocate and how to communicate and fill the gap from the agriculture community to people who may not know much about agriculture.