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Between 2015 and 2020, there will be an average of 57,900 annual openings for graduates with bachelor's degrees in food, agriculture, renewable natural resources or the environment, according to a report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Purdue University.

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So much happens in the kitchen each day and that's the perfect place to start when you think about advocacy. From cooking to sharing a meal, there are a variety of ways to connect with people through food! Michele shares some ideas on advocating through your heart AND your stomach!

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Michele Payn-Knoper joins us today with a little different message - about kiddos, specifically daughters and how fair season, FFA and 4H can bring joy and confidence to our young ones! Keep watching on how to balance the boots and the bling as we continue through fair season!

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If you don't already know Krista (aka the Farmer's Wifee), you are about to know...and love her. Krista is from Eastern Washington where she grew up in a logging community. Krista got into farming when she married her husband. While Krista didn't grow up on a farm, she and her husband are no…

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Michele Payn-Knoper knows great ways to share your farm story. In the video below, Michele shares how identifying your target audience can help you have a conversation of about your farm. She shares her story about a sick cow and how talking about it not only taught her some things, but help…

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In part one of this series, we talked about hormones, specifically in milk. As a reminder, growth hormones are used in the production of both meat and dairy. Their purpose is to safely increase the amount of milk produced by a cow or to product leaner meat in a more efficient way. Today we w…