A lesson for farmers is to go where your audience is. That means if consumers are on social media, bring your message there.
To gain more Instagram followers, especially in agriculture, it’s best to do the hard work and follow these tips.
For the Farmer’s Wifee, telling agriculture’s story made her depressed, anxious, and fearful — three things that are not normal for her.
Here are a few tips to decipher fact from fiction when reading an article online — so that you don’t fall prey to internet pseudoscience.
Childish insults are used frequently on the internet, yet they do almost no good for ag communication or industry as a whole.
Food matters. There has never been a better time to share the story of modern agriculture. That’s why Dirt-to-Dinner is an amazing organization that’s working to do just that. The team — Lucy, Lisa, Hillary, and Haley — flew out to our Iowa farm last month to take a tour and learned all about how we […]
Terryn Drieling addresses common misconceptions about agricultural advocacy, shares her biggest mistakes, what she wished she had known, and more.
You’ve spent time building your farm or ag-business website. It has quality copywriting, beautiful photos, and a few videos about the farm (I recommend “Why you farm” and “What you farm” videos as well as farm tour videos). You’ve done great work, so people will learn more about your business. Your website analytics are telling […]
The daily reports in mainstream media about how agriculture is killing us never seem to match reality.
Successful agricultural conversations can provide consumers with accurate information and a realization of just how much agriculture can benefit our lives.