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Introducing a new face - Dr. Lauren. She will be joining us to
provide leadership information and tips for women in agriculture
based on her experience as an extension leadership
Finding the humor in bull semen and cow beauty
Five key questions to clarify the intent and commitment of
family farm business owners if they wish to assure the integrity of
the business for years to come.
Payn shares a hilarious story and
explains how to bring some levity by way of animal antics or
tractor trouble to Thanksgiving or Christmas.
Jolene shares seven things that positive people do - a great
reminder that through a tough market, personal struggle or anything
getting you down, the choice is yours.
Michele Payn shares how to advocate by translating science
through story. How making bread, as one example, can create a
connection with consumers.
Mason shares her experiences (good and bad) with backyard
Have you ever considered venturing into the world of canning?
Here are ten reasons why you should give it a try!
Mason shares her experience as a part of the professional
agriculture sorority at Murry State University.
Some tips on writing a code of conduct for your family business
- guidance and standards for our behaviors in order to stay on the
Michele Payn joins us on how building a longer table will help
when reaching out to consumers to translate farm to food.
Sometimes farming just isn't pretty. We asked our readers what
their least favorite part about being a farmer is and here were
some of their responses.