I recently had the opportunity to sit down with a long-time friend, Janice Person, for an episode of the Grounded By The Farm Podcast. When you have a few moments, listen to the episode as we talk about cattle care and feeding. Everyone loves a good story and listening to the stories of others has … Continue reading Grounded By The Farm Podcast: Beef and Cattle
December is a month of food, family, friends, and holiday celebrations. As we enter the final month of the year, take an opportunity to reflect on your accomplishments and favorite moments from the past 12 months. Use these ideas for your December agriculture advocacy and blog topics. For a list of daily topics and themes, … Continue reading December Agriculture Advocacy and Blog Topics
November is a month of gratitude and giving thanks. As you look for advocacy themes and agriculture blog topics for the month, consider these resources for online content and conversation starters. Below you'll find themes that are celebrated throughout the month of November and on specific weeks. While not all themes are specific to food … Continue reading November Advocacy and Agriculture Blog Topics
Cattle guard. You know, those people who stand out in their field as hired guns, keeping watch over the herd. Right? There are plenty of jokes that can be made about the term, especially for those who are unfamiliar with agriculture, farming, and ranching. But just because you may not know what it means, doesn't … Continue reading How Cattle Guards Work
As I've been traveling around the country much of this summer, I have encountered a slew of people from many walks of life. We all come from different places and have different ways of doing things. And likely, just as many different preferences for the food we eat. Agriculture innovations become part of that story … Continue reading Sharing your story of agriculture innovations
Much discussion is being had about beef imports and welfare of American ranchers thanks in part to a recent video from an internet and cable news personality, Tomi Lahren on The Blaze. While some cattlemen and women believe they should throw their full support behind Tomi Lahren because she’s bringing the discussion to the table, … Continue reading Do Beef Imports Harm American Ranchers?
If you've tagged along on my social media feeds for very long, you'll note that I'm a big fan of regional country music out of Oklahoma and Texas. After all, Stillwater, the home of my alma mater, is the origination of Red Dirt music. So a new ad from Chevy Silverado caught my ear with … Continue reading Chevy Silverado Ad Features Rural America (Video)
Food is important to everyone. No Farms. No Food. It is important that connection be made. Agriculture impacts everyone and has an important story to be told. If you've been a subscriber of this blog for very long, you know that I am a huge believer in this and I encourage everyone involved in the … Continue reading Earth Day 2013 – An Opportunity for #FarmVoices
What do farmers do during the winter months when fields are frozen? They're not sitting at home. There's still farm work in winter months, too! This was originally published on CNN Eatocracy on February 11, 2013. Click here to see all of my CNN articles. When the fields are frozen, there's still plenty of farm … Continue reading When the fields are frozen, there’s still plenty of farm work in winter
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!