National Finals Rodeo Media Team
Our team is excited to announce that we will be working with the media department at the National Finals Rodeo this December in Texas. The content we generate will later be used to create print pieces for various publications across the country.
We will also be traveling to Oklahoma City for the first ever Cattlemen's Congress. This trip will give us the chance to work with some of our mentors in ag media and develop digital and print media content for some of our upcoming projects.
"Christmas Gifts for a Farmer's Wife"
December 16, 2020
Christmas is officially here and the smell of sugar cookies and pine trees fill the air. For most people, the presents are already wrapped and under the tree. For some though, they might be doing some crazy last-minute shopping. That is okay, farmers work best while under pressure. Just imagine instead of putting Christmas presents under the tree on time, you must get the last of the crop out before that snow or rainstorm.
December 9, 2020
For the past week, your mailbox has probably started to fill up with lovely Christmas cards. People have been sending Christmas cards to each other for many years. These Christmas cards — at the time called Christmas Greetings — first appeared in the United States in 1840. This was very expensive though, so most could not afford to send them. It was not until later when they became mass-produced that they became affordable.
December 2, 2020
This year I am finally a senior and recently I have been finding myself going through old photos. I needed a baby picture for the high school yearbook and I am also starting to look for old pictures to display at my graduation party. I never thought about how much photos have evolved over the years and the meaning and stories they can hold. This simple snapshot in time can store so much. A single photo can bring back a countless amount of stories and memories from just one glance.