Month: November 2010

Janice is Ag-Thankful

When Ryan sent several folks a note asking whether we would be willing to write a guest post explaining why we are ag thankful, I immediately said yes. Then the reality of the world stepped in and I found myself struggling to find a specific reason for being ag thankful for me to focus on. […]

Brandi is Ag-Thankful

I’m Ag Thankful because I love to eat. A lot; especially meat and potatoes. My deep love affair with meat and starch is made possible by one lone group of people. America’s farmers and ranchers. You see, I currently don’t contribute to the GDP. I don’t produce anything. However, I consume constantly. If it weren’t […]

What are you Thankful for?

Have you checked out my Ag-Thankful Series on Agriculture Proud this month? If not, you really should! There are great posts from guest-bloggers sharing why they are thankful for agriculture this November. Stories from college students, multi-generation cattlemen and women, Ag-business professionals, and a few that are fairly new to Agriculture. I really encourage you […]

Anna-Lisa is Ag-Thankful

Continuing with this month’s Ag-Thankful theme, Anna-Lisa Giannini share with us today why she is thankful for Agriculture. Anna-Lisa is Co-Founder of Beef on a Budget, AgBlogger, and a soon-to-be graduate of Oklahoma State University. She is very passionate about encouraging people to learn more about beef production by connecting with cooks in the kitchen […]

The Farm Vet is Ag-Thankful

What does it mean to be thankful?  The dictionary definition says, “conscious of benefit received; expressive of thanks; well pleased.” It is human error to lack in thankfulness. Some incidents in life may trigger an onset of thankfulness for our quality of life and the blessings we have. We hope everyone can be reminded during […]

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