Tag: YouTube

Educational Resources Sharing the Real Stories of Agriculture

As a society, we have an ever-increasing desire to learn more about where our food comes from. However, seeing as fear and emotion (looking at you Food Inc.) sell much easier than truth and science, we seem to have an uphill road to climb when trying to share educational material about food and agriculture. Every […]

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My favorite YouTube channels for ag, food, and farm

What are your favorite online channels for videos related to agriculture, food, and farm topics? I have my own subscription list on YouTube of my favorite video channels. It includes everything from my favorite music artists, some good devotional updates, and plenty of farmer bloggers. But I couldn’t find another list to grow my collection. […]

Angus Association visits me in Tennessee [Video]

The American Angus Association is one of the largest organizations within the cattle industry and does a great job showcasing the hard-working cattle producers across the country. Along with numerous print publications, the Angus folks have a great online presence. Their YouTube channel is full of videos featuring great news and information for cattle farmers […]

2012 Agriculture Proud in review

2012 has been a successful year, by my measures, on this blog. With more than 450 blog subscribers and more than 10,000 followers on other social media pages, I am more than biting at the bit to return to my regular blogging efforts in 2013. Graduate school and research comes first though. 2012 Blog Summary […]

Better Blogging | Tips for Agriculture Advocacy [Video]

After attending the AgChat Foundation conference last week, I’m really pumped and have some great ideas for building my conversations with those who want to know more about their food sources. I look forward to learning more about what others want to know about food production, how cattle are raised, and how I can help […]

Better Blogging: How to use videos in Agriculture

Several people have asked how I come up with ideas for blog posts and how I am able to blog 3, or even 5 days each week. One simple answer is diversity. I change-up my post subjects and styles, utilizing a variety of mediums for posts. I also use daily experiences for post topics and […]

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