10 Great Agblogs

Blog #1 – Ag – A Colorful Adventure for This City Girl – I really enjoy readying Janice’s blog. She is always posting about her travels for work and vacations and includes many things other than just agriculture posts.

Blog #2 – Gate to Plate  – Is authored by Michele Payn-Knoper who is a public speaker for agriculture. She posts herself and features guest posters for farming and other topic posts.

Blog #3 – Darin’s Ramblings – I enjoy reading Darin Grimm’s posts. He doesn’t post often but has many good topics to post about. He reminds me that even though you might not post often, people will still view your blog.

Blog #4 – KellyMRivard.com – Kelly’s blog is very interesting to read. She posts on a wide variety of topics but also brings together the big picture for agriculture-related posts and others.

Blog #5 – Reflections from a Country Boy – Sam does well on his posts he writes for his blog. He makes sure to take his time writing posts to make sure he gets his message said the right way. He posts quite a bit about swine and agvocating.

Blog #6 – Common Sense Agriculture’s Blog – This is a blog authored by Jeff Fowle. Jeff posts often about agriculture policy and sometimes about his own ranch and son. He is another blogger who might not post often, but has a big following.

Blog #7 – A Principal’s Reflections – This is one of my favorite education blogs to follow. This author chooses very interesting topics related to current events in education and some that even come up at his school.

Blog #8 – Life of an Educator – Justin Tarte does an amazing job with his blog. He posts many helpful tips for other teachers as well as addressing current events in education.

Blog #9 – Stump the Teacher – This author is similar to Justin in posting many helpful tips for other teachers. He also presents for many conferences and meetings for other educators and often posts those presentations.

Lastly for Blog #10 – Parenthood, Seriously?! – This is a blog by a childhood friend of mine. While I am not a parent, I do enjoy some of her witty and informative posts.

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