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Why Are You Agriculture Proud? – National Agriculture Day 2017

Hard to believe, but the calendar rolls around on another anniversary for the Agriculture Proud blog! It all started on National Agriculture Day in 2010 and the site continues to grow with even larger audiences on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. If you’d like to learn where it all began, visit this archived post. To […]

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Agriculture Instills Family Values to be Proud Of

March marks an important month for many people in agriculture. It’s the turning point in winter where we look forward to the Spring Solstice (20th). We know that warmer weather must be just around the corner despite all of the fun weather encountered during long winter months. Farmers start the process of preparations for Spring […]

5 Things: Food On My Mind and ‘Type A’ Personality Problems

My blogging in 2014 = sucks. Life and work have been crazy busy, but in a good kind of exhausting way. I traveled much of December, January, and February, then it got really cold with a lot of snow. Now that we’re moving into Spring, the snow sticks around for shorter periods of time, the […]

CNN Eatocracy: Celebrate National Agriculture Day and talk to a farmer

How long has it been since you visited a farm? Vote in the poll. In case you missed it, yesterday was National Agriculture Day. I had the opportunity to share a few words on CNN Eatocracy and hopefully encourage folks to consider how agriculture impacts our lives daily. Even though farmers and ranchers may be […]

National Agriculture Day Through the Eyes of Farm Bloggers

Today is National Agriculture Day. the one day of the year when Congress encourages everyone to  stop and think about agriculture. We are thinking  about all the people involved in agriculture and all of the things they are accomplishing! Farmers who are producing food for their families and a few neighbors as well as the farmers […]

I Am Agriculture Proud

National Agriculture Day – What does it mean to you? My role in Agriculture has changed a bit since this time last year. In 2011 I was staring down the nose of some rank Brangus momma cows as I tagged their newborn calves. Day in and out I found myself in the middle of a […]

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