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October 17, 2013

What are the concerns of people around the global on agriculture, food, and society? How are farmers, ranchers, and other approaching solutions to these concerns?

Global Conversation On Ag and Food What happens when you bring together several hundred people on Twitter to talk about agriculture and food? You have AgriChatWorld! This conversation held on World Food Day focused on global perspectives about food, agriculture, and society.

Thanks to @AgriChatUK and @OverTheFarmGate for organizing and coordinating.

May 5, 2013

What came out the social media conversations from the 2013 Animal Agriculture Alliance conference?

2013 Animal Agriculture Alliance conference2013 Animal Agriculture Alliance Links The social conversation from the conference provided a range of insight in to animal agriculture. Pro-agriculture groups used Twitter and other channels to highlight news and information resources. Also, the session videos were streamed live with archives available (sessions 1,2,3 and 4). While many activists against agriculture were not allowed in the conference they were able to leverage social media channels to share their views.

April 4, 2013

Yes, farmers and ranchers are using social media full force to share their experiences. What does the future look like and what are approaches agriculture needs to think about when sharing?

Ag Advancing Social Media #AgChat is four years old. When the Twitter conversations started there were many people that did not believe farmers or ranchers would use (or want to use) social media. Four years later farmers and ranchers are using Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and many other methods to share their story about agriculture. This #AgChat brings in some of the experiences farmers and ranchers are having, what tools they prefer, and where the future might be.

January 19, 2012

Information To Help Your Operations

  1. Audio: Food Safety Isn't Interesting... Until It Is - Tony Flood,International Food Information Council, asks "How much time do you spend learning about something you don't think you'll need?" and provides insight on how this applies to food safety. He suggests creativity is key to implementing food safety.
January 19, 2012

Information To Help Your Operations

  1. Audio: Food Safety Isn't Interesting... Until It Is - Tony Flood,International Food Information Council, asks "How much time do you spend learning about something you don't think you'll need?" and provides insight on how this applies to food safety. He suggests creativity is key to implementing food safety.