A-FAN Asks NAFB To Help Tell Farmer’s Story

Chuck Zimmerman

Roger BerryRoger Berry is Field Director for the Alliance For The Future of Agriculture in Nebraska. He was one of our luncheon speakers here at the NAFB Washington Watch today.

Roger’s presence was very timely when you consider some of the things going on in Nebraska and in Washington, DC right now that are affecting farming. I spoke with Roger after the luncheon, which was sponsored by the United Soybean Board. He says they want farm broadcasters to join with A-FAN to tell the farm story since there are so many organizations and efforts that are working tear down the industry. I think that’s what all NAFB’ers do so he had a very open audience. We spoke about the use of social media which allowing farmers to tell their own story even though it’s not really their nature to do so. He says that if farmers don’t do it they’ll be in trouble in the future. Roger says he’s learning Facebook now and hopes to tackle Twitter next.

You can listen to my interview with Roger here: ww-09-berry.mp3

You can also download the interview with this link (mp3 file).

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Comments 6

  1. Sign me up, I want to be on the air.
    I’m a fourth generation farmer/rancher in Nebraska.
    I have friends in the media. I want to be on the air.
    Craig

  2. Sign me up, I want to be on the air.
    I’m a fourth generation farmer/rancher in Nebraska.
    I have friends in the media. I want to be on the air.
    Craig

  3. Sign me up, I want to be on the air.
    I’m a fourth generation farmer/rancher in Nebraska.
    I have friends in the media. I want to be on the air.
    Craig

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