Here are eight great and honest ways to talk to the public about agricultural animals at a county or state fair.
Articles by Jessy Woodworth
It’s time for the “real world,” they say — how condescending those words can be after graduation with an ag degree.
It’s no secret that there is a crisis in the Midwest, mainly focused in Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Here’s how to help.
When you notice these moments, take a minute to pause and enjoy them.
OK, you’ve made the snowmen, had the snowball fight, and baked the cookies. Winter on the farm isn’t exactly boring, but you have more downtime than in the warmer months. So, what do you do with it? If you’re anything like the agriculturalists I know, you can’t keep still for more than a minute, which […]
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.
If the FFA wasn’t a part of my life, you would not have been here, reading this confession.
While every chapter has their own unique phrases, there are some terms that are more universal. Here are some FFA terms every member would know.
The FFA jacket is arguably the most iconic piece of the National FFA Organization. However, it’s not just a too-hot in the summer, too-cold in the winter staple of official dress. It is also a master of storage. Everything you need for a trip to the National FFA Convention and Expo can fit into those […]
If you want to get in on the action and open up your farm to the public via agritourism, but don’t know where to start, look no further