Tag: twitter

Career Advice – 101 Lessons I Wish I Had Learned Earlier

If you have a question, go ask Twitter. While at times it can be a madhouse, I’ve found Twitter to still be a great source for conversation, banter, and new ideas. That’s partly why I reference it as the coffee shop of social media during my training workshops. You can learn about your own industry, […]

Feedlot Employees Tweet Experiences Raising Cattle

During the past few years, I’ve frequently shared my experience working in and with a cattle feedlot. From a young age, my family sent our cattle to feedlots in the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles and our Spring Break “vacation” involved a drive to Amarillo to see those cattle. During college, I had the opportunity to […]

Antibiotics Use and Resistance in Livestock #AgChat

Each week, on Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m. Mountain Time, people from across the farming and ranching community gather for a Twitter chat to discuss what is going on in the world of agriculture. A new topic is the center of discussion each week and ranges from cropping systems to livestock news headlines. A moderator posts the […]

2013 Year of the Selfie – What about the #farmerselfie?

Unless you were hiding under a rock last year (Welcome to 2014!), you probably noted that ‘selfie’ was one of the big words of 2013. Much thanks to social media platforms like SnapChat and Instagram, everyone is walking around taking photos of themselves doing the duck face and striking the sorority pose. The Selfie has […]

Flat Ryan Visits Graff Land & Livestock

Thanks to Judi Graff aka FarmnWife for hosting Flat Ryan at Graff Land & Livestock this week! Judi is really well known in social media circles as someone who triumphs farm blogging with her site FarmNWife.com and her Twitter handle FarmnWife.  #FlatRyan found his way to our farm through our printer. (Very cheap way to […]

A New Series — The AgProud Adventures of Flat Ryan!

There are times when several things swirl together and the ideas that come out can be fun to watch. And of course some of those ideas can be stinkers too…. But let’s hope this one is really good. So let’s get to it! The “Big Idea” We have created four different Flat Ryan paper dolls. […]

It’s Time for the Choir to Sing

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 […]

Beginner Blogging at AgChat Conference

Today I’m presenting a workshop at the 2012 AgChat Agvocacy 2.0 conference hosted by the AgChat Foundation in Kansas City, MO. There’s a host of great sessions this week helping farmers and ranchers learn to better use online tools for agriculture advocacy. If you want to follow along, be sure to watch the #ACFC12 stream […]

USFRA – Food Dialogues in Hollywood

The U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) is an organization working to improve the dialogues between agriculture and our customers to answer questions about how we raise our food. They can be found online, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter. There’s always a good list of topics to be found on the Twitter hashtag #foodD. There is […]

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