Whether you’re studying for a book report, presentation, or class midterm, your ag test study technique will determine your success.
Articles by Michael Swoish
Whether it’s Crop Science 101 or the Certified Crop Advisor Exam, we all have material we want to master. For all but a lucky few of us, there’s a big difference between memorizing information and actually learning it. Memorizing generally involves looking over flashcards many times so that you can recall the information briefly for […]
To prevent others from making the mistake of picking the wrong path, here 5 tips to simplify the decisions coming your way as ag students.
This article will focuses on recommendations for those with an ag degree who are searching for a job.
The main difference between the colonists’ first Thanksgiving and the holiday today was the lack of a convenient food system back then.
Food is a part of our everyday lives, but how often do we think about where it came from? Having a large country has its perks, such as having a region to grow almost any crop we could want. However, many of your favorite dishes may be able to be grown locally if you prefer […]
There are at least three large challenges facing farmers today that require the skills of adapting-to and managing uncertainty.
Here are three ways in which belonging to (and being active in) an organization or two may have more benefits than most people realize.
From talking to farmers and interning to taking the right classes, there are many things to know and do before going after an agriculture degree.
Looking for something as important as your first job (or internship) in the agriculture industry may require more than just a search bar.