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Fast paced and rolling from one project to the next. That was the theme of my life in 2015 and I expect the same for many of you as well. In this fast paced world we have more information than ever at our finger tips and it can be difficult to keep up. Twitter and Facebook serve as huge news resources, but it can be easy to miss important headlines.

As I’m traveling across the country to different farms, ranches, meetings and trade shows in the coming year with my new role in the world of cattle marketing, I expect there will be less time for blogging and more real-time shares on my Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts. To keep up with all this and to curate the headlines I’m tracking, I’ve put together a weekly email where you can subscribe and catch these updates.

Each week, the Agriculture Proud newsletter will include a few thoughts from my week (‘mini blogs’, if you will), highlights of the weeks trending headlines, new podcasts, tips and apps I use to keep track of important information, highlights of outstanding farmers and ranchers online, and a few things to expect during the week ahead. But don’t worry about being bogged down with more inbox time. These emails will be brief, to the point and easily read on your phone or tablet.

**Note this is separate and different from the WordPress emails you may have signed up for that notify you of new posts on this website. Links to new posts will be included in this new newsletter and you may want to unsubscribe from the WordPress emails to avoid duplicates. The email registration form on the right sidebar of this page is not a newsletter signup form.

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An additional option is a weekly newsletter that will be more focused on cattle marketing tips, trends and headlines. Click the optional box in the form linked above, or click this link.

I look forward to having you on board in 2016! The newsletters will change with your feedback, so please, send me your thoughts on what you’d like to see included. These newsletters will be a great resource for you and I hope you’ll pass along this link to others who’d like to join.

Ryan Goodman works in grassroots advocacy with beef cattle farmers and ranchers across the United States. He is a proud alumnus of Oklahoma State University, with studies focusing on cattle reproduction and nutrition. Ryans
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