Activist articles from the Coalition of Companies that Care:
Advancing social media for agriculture
Recently a group of farmers and ranchers gathered at the AgChat Foundation Agvocacy 2.0 Conference to share tips on using social media to tell our story.
'Know a California Farmer' Web site launches
KnowACaliforniaFarmer.com is an interactive Web site for the general public and is being created by hundreds of farmers.
Show your legislator a good time
Most people, including policy-makers, are generations removed from production agriculture and our advancements in technology, animal care and food quality.
Technology can help dairy hit a home run
The dairy industry is at bat and the fastballs just keep coming.
Tools to help you safeguard your industry
As the gap between consumers and agriculture widens, consumers have questions about how beef is raised. A new tool from the beef checkoff can help you bridge that gap.
An up-close look at dairy farming
A city newspaper editor recently spent part of a day working on a California dairy farm to learn more about modern dairy farms.
Check out this video
The Milk Source dairies in northeast Wisconsin have released a YouTube video that shows how they care for their cows.
Study alleviates fears over antibiotics in groundwater
Any residues found in the soil are mainly broken down before reaching the groundwater.
Cleaning the air with trees and electric pumps
California dairy farmer Tony De Groot highlights efforts to reduce air emissions.
Milestones in sustainability
Dairy Cares released a progress report on California dairy initiatives to promote environmental stewardship, responsible animal care, and family and community values.
Are you a college student with a passion for agriculture?
If so, participate in the 2010-2001 College Aggies Online scholarship competition.
Role of social media in addressing issues
Dairy Management Inc. shares insight on how it utilizes social media and the benefits of using social media to address industry issues.
Make a connection
AFACT's Farmer Voices Program effectively trains producers to inform consumers.
Vast majority of farms are still family-owned
New report details the structure and economic picture of U.S. farms.
‘Because I Care’ video contest
New contest to share positive messages about animal agriculture.
Rural-urban “edge” conflicts
Conflicts may arise if new residents are unfamiliar with farming.