Posts tagged ‘swine’

September 12, 2011

Promote your business through my Blog

If you’re a business in the pet, horse, or agriculture industry -beef, dairy, swine, etc (four-legged industry) and want me blog about your store, farm, or pet/animal please let me know, I’m new to the area (Tri-Cities) and I would love to meet new individuals in this industry. I’m available blog using pictures, videos, and mentions on social media platforms to my audience.

This is my Marketing Persona a person who owns pets, horses, and works in agriculture (visit picture below)

Don’t forget to visit my Contact Page

©iStockphoto.com/David Mathies

September 6, 2011

Social media connect farmers with local customers

Group Picture of Conference

Glad that Social Media and Farming are connecting again, the recent conference that I attended in Nashville has been featured in USAToday.com here is a quote:

“Last week, the AgChat Foundation held a conference in downtown Nashville for farmers across the country — and spanning many farm types and sizes — to learn about improving social media skills. It’s the second conference held by the organization, and attendance doubled in size this year.”

 

To view the entire article, please click here:

Social media connect farmers with local customers

September 4, 2011

Equine Agvocate

Why do I always end up with my eyes closed

Brainstorming some advocacy ideas

I recently attended an Agvocacy 2.0 (Agvocating for Agriculture using Social media) conference in Nashville. I had the pleasure to interview with Chuck Zimmerman of ZimmComm New Media, LLC about being an agvocate for the equine and farming industry using Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn as a platform to spread the word.

Here is all the information on the interview, click Here

***You can listen to my interview with Chuck Zimmerman: Equine Agvocate: Valentina

July 31, 2011

Hog wild for micro-pigs

Let’s put horses and dogs aside for the moment. I have been dying to own a piggie one day. I finally found the perfect solution! A Tea-cup pig! They are at about 50-100 lbs as an adult, hypoallergic, and house-trainable!

Check out the details here: Hog wild for micro-pigs.

 

a Teacup pig

 

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