It’s time for the “real world,” they say — how condescending those words can be after graduation with an ag degree.
You put in all that work of studying in high school and planning to get to college, and soon the time to make the declaration of an ag major will be here.
The search for agriculture jobs doesn’t need to be an obstacle. In fact, this venture has a lot to teach you about the working world in and of itself.
With the end of semester right around the corner, we reached out to ag teachers to see what advice they had for new ag education teachers.
The belief that you need to go to college in order to get a good job and make enough money to have a good life is completely false.
There are hundreds of resources in ag education that help farmers or spread the good word of modern farming. Here are five you don’t want to miss.