By Mike Wilson, AAEA President Valued AAEA Member, Ag media is in a state of constant change. In 2016, the AAEA leadership conducted extensive surveys of its membership and embarked upon a strategic five-year plan to re-position the organization for the future. This is a plan to not only maintain AAEA’s relevance to member … Read More
By Wyatt Bechtel, Farm Journal Media The rise of humanity can be traced back millions of years the Cradle of Human Kind, near South Africa’s administrative capitol of Pretoria. The country also has cattle raising roots dating back thousands of years with many tribes like the Khoikhoi, Zulu, Xhosa and Swazi having cultures revolved … Read More
By Amy Roady, Illinois Soybean Association Have you worked as a freelancer or have you hired freelancers recently? A group of AAEA members want to hear from you to help guide a session at this year’s Ag Media Summit. To help out, please complete the survey below: Freelancer-Client Relations Survey We want your insights and stories … Read More
The board of the American Agricultural Editors’ Association (AAEA) has made some suggested changes to the AAEA Constitution. It is a requirement that these changes be voted on by members at the annual business meeting. These changes must be provided to members no less than 10 days prior to the date of the meeting. Please … Read More
The National Ag Day Press Club event moderated by AAEA Ethics chair, Greg Horstmeier, is now on our website! Watch as Ray Starling, special assistant to the president for agriculture, and other notable names in agriculture make remarks regarding the industry.
By Barb Baylor Anderson, Anderson & Associates Where do you start with offering freelance advice, and how do you condense it into 300 words? Good questions. I certainly don’t have all the answers, but I will share my two cents. First, I would not have wanted to spend the bulk of my ag communications … Read More