We’re launching a new feature on American Fruit Grower and Western Fruit Grower’s Instagram page, and we want you to share your family farm’s story.
Small farmers typically have direct contact with consumers, so it’s important to focus on efficiency with your outreach efforts.
Entomologist in Kentucky uses social media for pest updates, trap catches.
Hopefully, the hysteria the West has perpetuated on genetic engineering will not stifle the potential of moving our production forward enough to help feed a growing global population.
Funded by the National Watermelon Promotion Board, the video was produced in support of the rock and roll nutrition show, Jump With Jill.
USDA has officially declared December as National Pear Month. Pear Bureau Northwest (USA Pears) is marking National Pear […]
The New York Apple Association (NYAA) updated the portion of the website devoted to cider. The site, […]
Your guests are already live tweeting their experiences of visiting your farm. Why not turn this into a social experience to promote your business?
U.S. Apple Association (USApple), apple growers, and partner brands launch Apples for Education: Buy an Apple, Help a […]
Leadership conference to give GenNext Growers tools to become better agvocates.
I have a confession to make. I enter a lot of contests. I’ve won gift cards to local […]
No longer is transparency an anomaly among the grower community, it’s become necessary to survive and succeed.
Amid the battles, moments of real and sustainable hope have emerged this season.
Social media is a valuable, and inexpensive tool to promote your business and reach a wide audience.
Bayer CropScience pledges up to $25,000 in support of continued research on a cure for citrus greening.
The campaign returns with industry engaging consumers online on the role in apples have in heart health.
UF Ag Econ students give tips on engaging consumers where they congregate online.