Questioning why an organization should be a part of Twitter? Today I sent out a tweet (a 140 character-length message) to my community of 1000+ on Twitter. Their responses were inspiring, so I wanted share these examples with you to help more people in agriculture understand the business value of Twitter. And, most importantly, encourage you to jump on board if you’re not already a part of the Twitterverse! (more…)
November 26, 2008
How much do you know about where the food on your Thanksgiving table comes from? This is a great time to consider those who produce the food on our overflowing plates, particularly in a year that has seen food prices increase 6% according to the Economic Research Service.
Celebrating a productive harvest was at the center of the table on the first Thanksgiving. While that tradition has changed with 98.5% of Americans not in food production, farmers should be appreciated as they protect our national security by putting food on plates not only at Thanksgiving – but every meal each day. Marketing misinformation has likely made you more familiar in with genes gone wild, organics, farm animal mistreatment and multi-million dollar activist organizations than with the hard-working people who provide you with the potatoes, turkeys and corn. (more…)