Seametrics released their Top 20 List of Agricultures Best Blogs.
Are you looking for some more reading material here are some interesting websites that you might enjoy!
Really, who doesn’t a love farmer! The Cal-Poly students are active in social media on a variety of fronts spreading the message of American agriculture to the next generation. I Love Farmers are active on Facebook, Myspace and Twitter. They have a roll of videos that are hosted off of their own site.
Want to know something about animal agriculture? Want to become a member and support the cause of animal agriculture education? Great, this is just the organization for you! They are active on a variety of fronts with a variety of industries in mind. Animal Ag Alliance easily navigates anyone to the social media tools that the organization utilizes under the “multimedia tab”.
The Hand that Feeds U.S. a project of Farm Policy Fact, which is a coalition created to educate Congress and Americans about agriculture’s contribution America. This project website is said to be an educational resource for urban media from the coalition. I enjoy the website and all of the action that surround this organization.
The National Beef Board internet home is located at this website. The beef checkoff dollars fund this site and the social media activities that the board participates in. There is no reason not to know a little about the checkoff program and a variety of fun beef facts!
I was just introduced to this website by a good family friend who is very involved in Wyoming agriculture. The true tales of long nights, cold days, heart break, the love of newborn calves and the first days in the tractor are the stories of this blog. They are also using Facebook to share the stories of the many contributors. Honestly, one of my favorite “agvocate” type websites. The website is nothing fancy, just honest.
A little modern agriculture with a large dose of science makes eating meat just that much more enjoyable! This website hosts its own videos related to meat science. The goal is to set the record straight about meat production.
I enjoy listening to the interviews that Trent does with a variety of people from across the country. The tales of agriculture are great and again, he is matching a face with a story. Who doesn’t enjoy a human interest piece!
By far and away my favorite blog related to everything agriculture. The topics are current and updated daily by a variety of writers. I really enjoy the topics and the wide array of the discussions and the types of media used to describe events.
This is the first blog I started reading when Amanda first started writing. I of course fell in love with her stories and blog discussions, as she is a young-cattle enthusiast as well. Watching her blog grow and change has been fun for me, I don’t know, but yet I do, as we seem to see eye to on lots of issues in the cattle industry and life.
I have always enjoyed talking with Crystal at various cattle shows and events, so her blog is just an outreach of those conversations. She discusses life, cattle, and fun fashion bites.