Monthly Archives: October 2017

Feed them BEEF!

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So, you’re a member of your local and state beef organizations, but you might be struggling with funds within the organization. We want to do things like promote the industry or provide scholarships for youth within our organizations, but funds are a problem. Here’s hoping that after reading this week’s blog, you’ll be inspired to… Read more »

We Care, It’s What We Do.

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By now, you’ve undoubtedly seen the devastation that the freakish ice/snow storms, the wildfires and hurricanes have left in their wake. Social media allows the public to see how disasters (man-made or natural) touch the lives of the cattle community and both urban and rural communities. But what else is it showing you? In the wake of these… Read more »

Why Join ANCW?

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“Why should I join ANCW?” This is a question we as cattlewomen hear whenever we are recruiting. “Why should I join? Why do you need me? I’m only one person; I can’t make that much of a difference.” Let’s talk about that. Where We Started. Let’s start with a little history of the ANCW. In… Read more »

When an Opportunity Strikes

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Melanie Fowle, ANCW Past President, shares what it is like to take advantage of a Window of Opportunity. In 2011 California Ag in the Classroom was celebrating its 25th Anniversary and to acknowledge this milestone, sent ag organization volunteers to present to 10,000 students in San Francisco classrooms. How did this experience ultimately change one of… Read more »