Tag: AgDay

National Ag Day 2015 – Ranching, Sustainability, Family

Happy National Agriculture Day 2015! I can’t believe it’s been 5 years since the creation of this blog that has traveled far and wide. Over the year’s I aimed to show an example that proclaiming a pride in what you do isn’t boastful, but rather sharing enthusiasm for your passion and the values which you […]

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AgProud: The Quality of Agriculture with PNW Rancher

Another entry for my month-long series featuring the diversity of modern Agriculture. We’re hearing from farmers, ranchers, and consumers from across the country about why they are proud to be a part of Agriculture. Today Erica Beck from the Pacific Northwest shares her thoughts. Why are YOU Agriculture Proud? If I had to sum up […]

AgProud: Tennessee Dairy Farmer Ryan Bright

Today my month-long series takes us to Philadelphia, Tennessee, visiting with 5th generation dairy farmer Ryan Bright. We’re celebrating the diversity of Agriculture by visiting with farmers, ranchers, and consumers from across the country and asking why they’re proud to be a part of Agriculture. Why are YOU Agriculture Proud? I was at the grocery […]

AgProud: Jenny Dewey Chico Locker and Sausage

Here’s another visit to California in my month-long series celebrating the diversity in Agriculture. We’ve been hearing from farmers, ranchers, and consumers and learning why they are proud to be a part of Agriculture. Today we hear from Jenny Dewey, who comes from a family of butchers. She does great work in sharing where our […]

AgProud: Corn, Cattle, and Countless Hours

Another addition to my month long series celebrating the diversity of American Agriculture. Farmers, ranchers, and consumers are sharing why they are proud to be a part of Agriculture. Why are YOU Proud to be a part of Agriculture? My husband and I live in Central Nebraska and raise cattle, corn and hay. Our corn […]

AgProud: In My DNA – Leslie Pierson

As a kid that grew up in a city, I’m often asked where my passion for agriculture comes from. Like many people, I am two generations removed from production agriculture and share the very common story of spending time on a family farm when I was young. Recently, an Oklahoma Ag Extension Agent explained this […]

AgProud: California Sustainable Wood

Continuing my Agriculture Proud series today with a type of agriculture so many forget is actual farming. We’re celebrating the diversity of agriculture, hearing from farmers, ranchers, and consumers on why they are proud to be a part of ag. Why are YOU Agriculture Proud? A forester is an agriculturalist, whose crop is slightly different […]

AgProud: Mal The Beef Gal

Today kicks off my month-long series celebrating the diversity in Agriculture. Check back all month long for featured farmers, ranchers, and consumers from across the country sharing why they are proud to be a part of Agriculture. Why are YOU Agriculture Proud? I weighed just over two pounds when I was born into this world. […]

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