So what does P-O-R-K stand for?
I don’t mean actually taking a brush and going out to the barn or field with a can of paint and giving old Bessie a new look. I mean a “painting.” As in artwork. This release was just sent in for the Professional Dairy Heifer Growers Association.
This week in CornTalk, our interview program with the Missouri Corn Growers Association, I spoke with CEO, Gary Marshall about legislation both at the Missouri state level and at the federal level that will impact corn growers. You can listen to this week’s report here: CornTalk
If you want to keep up on happening with sheep and wool you might want to subscribe to ASI Weekly. You’ll need to visit the American Sheep Industry Association to get it done. Here’s an excerpt from the latest issue:
I thought this was intriguing. A potato acreage buydown program! Historic. Should we stock up on chips?
We had a great meeting today in Columbia, MO at the Missouri Cattle Industry Headquarters. It’s the monthly meeting of the Missouri Agricultural Leaders Luncheon. This is an ad hoc group, meaning no memberships, no dues, nothing but great monthly meetings on topics of interest to the agricultural community. Of course, someone has to coordinate it voluntarily, hence ZimmComm’s involvement!
A new weekly feature of AgriMarketing Pros is CornTalk. CornTalk is an interview program with a representative of the Missouri Corn Growers Association. Sometimes that’s staff or a representative from an affiliated organization.
Most commodity organizations have good e-newsletters. I’ll try to provide links to them as time goes on. I invite you submit a link to yours in case I don’t have it.
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1. Shae Dodson, Communications Coordinator for R-CALF USA has been busy! I’ve received several releases announcing mtgs., fundraising results and more. Here’s excerpts from them. Please contact Shae for more information. Billings, MT ~ Cattlemen who gathered at Northern Livestock Exchange in Minot, ND on February 25, 2005, raised $6,000 for R-CALF USA. Roger Sundsbak and Marilyn Hagen, owners and …