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‘I am agriculture proud’

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“Agriculture, it’s more than a part of life,” said Ryan Goodman, a senior at Oklahoma State University (OSU). “It’s a passion and a lifestyle made up by a resilient community working hard to feed the world.”

Goodman, who grew up on a diversified cattle operation in Arkansas is taking Facebook by storm with his new group, “I am Agriculture Proud,” a place dedicated to sharing the stories of farmers and ranchers across the country. With more than 2,600 members sharing their personal stories, consumers are able to get to know the people behind the foods they eat.

“Agriculture, it’s more than a part of life,” said Ryan Goodman, a senior at Oklahoma State University (OSU). “It’s a passion and a lifestyle made up by a resilient community working hard to feed the world.”



Goodman, who grew up on a diversified cattle operation in Arkansas is taking Facebook by storm with his new group, “I am Agriculture Proud,” a place dedicated to sharing the stories of farmers and ranchers across the country. With more than 2,600 members sharing their personal stories, consumers are able to get to know the people behind the foods they eat.

“Agriculture, it’s more than a part of life,” said Ryan Goodman, a senior at Oklahoma State University (OSU). “It’s a passion and a lifestyle made up by a resilient community working hard to feed the world.”



Goodman, who grew up on a diversified cattle operation in Arkansas is taking Facebook by storm with his new group, “I am Agriculture Proud,” a place dedicated to sharing the stories of farmers and ranchers across the country. With more than 2,600 members sharing their personal stories, consumers are able to get to know the people behind the foods they eat.


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