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College Aggies Online offers prizes to best advocates

Amanda Nolz

With the click of a button, college students interested in animal agriculture will have all the tools they need to share the positive message about America’s food producers to the world. Launched Oct. 15, 2009, a new program called College Aggies Online is a joint venture of the Animal Agriculture Alliance (AAA) and American National CattleWomen, Inc. (ANCW) that will connect college students from across the country who are interested in promoting agriculture by sharing their story.

Participants will receive training and instructions from industry professionals and will enjoy access to a private forum (accessible at http://aggiesonline.ning.com) to post information about current and emerging issues facing farmers and ranchers. The online community will provide resources to students on key issues to help them better use tools such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter to share agriculture’s story with the public.

With the click of a button, college students interested in animal agriculture will have all the tools they need to share the positive message about America’s food producers to the world. Launched Oct. 15, 2009, a new program called College Aggies Online is a joint venture of the Animal Agriculture Alliance (AAA) and American National CattleWomen, Inc. (ANCW) that will connect college students from across the country who are interested in promoting agriculture by sharing their story.

Participants will receive training and instructions from industry professionals and will enjoy access to a private forum (accessible at http://aggiesonline.ning.com) to post information about current and emerging issues facing farmers and ranchers. The online community will provide resources to students on key issues to help them better use tools such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter to share agriculture’s story with the public.

With the click of a button, college students interested in animal agriculture will have all the tools they need to share the positive message about America’s food producers to the world. Launched Oct. 15, 2009, a new program called College Aggies Online is a joint venture of the Animal Agriculture Alliance (AAA) and American National CattleWomen, Inc. (ANCW) that will connect college students from across the country who are interested in promoting agriculture by sharing their story.

Participants will receive training and instructions from industry professionals and will enjoy access to a private forum (accessible at http://aggiesonline.ning.com) to post information about current and emerging issues facing farmers and ranchers. The online community will provide resources to students on key issues to help them better use tools such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter to share agriculture’s story with the public.