After attending the AgChat Foundation conference last week, I’m really pumped and have some great ideas for building my conversations with those who want to know more about their food sources.
I look forward to learning more about what others want to know about food production, how cattle are raised, and how I can help other farmers respond and act upon these concerns. I hope to do a better job of building relationships, talking more about my interests outside of “just” agriculture, and encouraging others to become more available to talk candidly about food.
I’ve been asked several times recently to share my story via video. I’ve dabbled in video creation for the fast few years with video blogs about farm and ranch life. I’m working to improve on that.
Here’s a three-part video series that highlights my start in agriculture advocacy, along a few tips on using social media to tell your story, building relationships, and I touch on how I came upon the opportunity to write on CNN’s Eatocracy.
Each video is just a few minutes in length. Please share with your friends and feel free to use them where ever needed. Keep watching, all 3 videos will play automatically.
I know there are others reading that know more about video creation, What are your suggestions to improve my video blogging efforts?
What motivates you to advocate for agriculture?
- Better Blogging: How to use videos in Agriculture (agricultureproud.com)
- Growing relationships and raising confidence (acrossthebackfence.wordpress.com)
- AgriTalk Radio Interview – Conversations with a Balanced Education (agricultureproud.com)
- Meet a Farmer, via Social Media (offthecobb.wordpress.com)