Life is a journey... a crazy, wonderful journey!

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Remember that "life is an adventure" part?

It's a beautiful evening here at the Prescott Resort and I just wanted to share a picture of the lovely view from my room. I truly appreciate that I get a chance to enjoy the landscape before life gets crazy. The next couple weeks involve the Arizona Cattlemen's Convention, the NCBA Summer Convention, followed by a special trip to St. Louis for some lesson plan writing with Project Food, Land and People. Lots of stuff, but it all promises to be an enjoyable adventure.

I want this blog to be quick and to the point so here goes. I have a question for the few readers I have so far. Below I've broken it into two sections, one for all my aggie friends and one for all my city people. Just a quick response is awesome and you can always post anonymously if you want!

Agriculture Friends - What do you see as the biggest misconception about beef and the cattle industry? If you had a chance to inform a large group of consumers about one incorrect or misunderstood aspect of the industry what would it be?

All My City Friends (Or anyone without an agriculture/ cattle background) - Tell me about something you heard on the internet, saw on TV, heard on the radio, read in a book, etc about the cattle industry (or agriculture in general). Did it inspire you to take any action? If so, what? Did you do anymore research on the subject?

I hope to hear from you all!

Good night and sweet dreams,
Tiffany Nicole


mcl said...

There are too many misconceptions to list just one, so I will list a few that I find are the most outrageous and damaging.

1. Welfare and Humane Slaughter
2. Antibiotic Use
3. Nutritional value of Organic Beef

Post a Comment