Aimee Whetstine blogs at everyday epistle. She wrote her first food and farm post Milk Wars in 2011. Her work has been featured on BlogHer. This is her first appearance as a Bandita. There's nothing quite like preaching to the choir. It feels so good, so validating, to write something and have like-minded people stand up and cheer. The rest … Continue reading It’s Time for the Choir to Sing
Bandita Janeal Yancey is a mom and a meat scientist living in Arkansas. She spends her days attempting to keep up with students and research at the University of Arkansas. She spends her 'free time' attempting to keep up with her 4-year old daughter, Vallie. She tries to help other moms know more about meat … Continue reading Kids of the Ag college.
Val Wagner is a North Dakota farmer, rancher and mother of four boys that talks about all things agriculture and crazy childhood antics over at Wag'n Tales (wagfarms.com). She's made it her mission to make sure that her boys have a future in agriculture, and hopes at least one of them will grow up to … Continue reading Conversations.
Bandita Jenny Dewey is a country girl at heart. Born and raised in Northern California and growing up in her parent's butcher shop and deli, agriculture has always been a part of her life. She recently followed her heart to North Dakota where she is now engaged to a Sunflower farmer and … Continue reading North Dakota Agriculture from a Born and Raised California Girl
Today's Bandita is Kelly Rivard. Kelly is a country girl living in downtown Kansas City, where she works a day job in agricultural communications. When she isn’t at the office, she’s visiting farms and ranches, learning how to cook healthy for one, or trying to play the ukulele. Her adventures in agriculture and urban living can … Continue reading The United States of Agriculture.
The AgChat Banditas have taken over this blog! We interrupt your regularly scheduled blog for an important announcement! As an early Christmas present to our dear friend Ryan, a group of agriculture loving bloggers have banded together to bring you posts from all corners of the agriculture world. We know that we could never take the place of … Continue reading The Agriculture Proud blog has been hijacked!