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Youth ag organizations prepare students for the future

By Justin Walker Skilled labor is often difficult to find, which is bad news for many industries. The U.S. population is bigger than ever, which means there are more bodies to house, more minds to educate and more mouths to feed. But with a skilled labor shortage, it’s growing increasingly more difficult to keep up [...]

February 19, 2019|Categories: Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , |1 Comment

Reading, writing and agriculture?

Chocolate milk comes from brown cows. All farmers wear overalls. And big farms are bad. Those food and farm myths are abundant—online and in the classroom. Leaving students feeling a little confused. That’s why agriculture deserves a place in all classrooms and in all teaching styles. From elementary to high school and everywhere in between. [...]

Why be an ag grad?

By Shala Watson I didn’t grow up on a farm. I wasn’t active in FFA or 4-H when I was in high school. You could say I’m not your “typical” agricultural student. But I’m about to graduate with a degree in agricultural communication. How did I get there? It’s simple. I grew up in a [...]

Great to be part of the Farm Bureau team!

By Justin Green Hey Texas Table Top family! My name is Justin Green, and I would like to invite you along as I start my career at Texas Farm Bureau! My agriculture background started the day I was born. My dad was a high school agricultural teacher for 17 years, which sparked my interest in [...]