For most people, state fairs mean funnel cakes, rusted amusement rides and, of course, corn dogs. But for people in the agricultural industry, they mean livestock shows.
Every June, we celebrate National Turkey Lover’s Month. For many, this sparks a memory of family traditions. It may take you to Thanksgiving Day, surrounded by friends and family, and remind you of the many blessings in your life.
I am 30 years old, and never in my life have I seen the grocery stores as full with people, and as scarce with items.
Now is the time for the agriculture and food communities to show America what you do best and be the best version of yourself while doing it.
As award season wraps up, its hard to ignore the hits animal agriculture has taken in the last few months. From the decision to take meat off the Golden Globe’s menu, to an Oscar winner’s speech about dairy farming, it begs the question: who are Hollywood’s agriculture advocates?
I am not telling agriculture advocates to stop telling our story, but to start sharing it in a different and more thoughtful way.
Advice from the best agriculture advocates on social media.
We live in the information age. Most people can become partially educated on any subject through a quick google search and 10-12 minutes of scrolling. Unfortunately, it can be very difficulty to get accurate information about agriculture on the internet.
In a changing world, agriculture is learning to be more visible and transparent. Use these 4 easy tips to help improve your farm’s social media presence and make a difference for the future of our industries.
My favorite season is April – November…farmers’ market season.