Farmers across the country are sharing stories of challenges and success, machinery tips and agronomic advice year-round. In fact, the discussion groups on AgWeb.com are a gathering place for farmers from around the world—literally. Whether sharing stories about long days in the field, lamenting the weather or poking fun at current events, the active members of these groups are never lacking in spirit.
Topics of discussion range from markets and money management to policy and politics and even include humor and life in rural America. Joining the more than 33,000 current members of the discussion boards is quick—it requires only an e-mail address and some basic information. If you receive eNewsletters from AgWeb.com, you’re already a registered user. All you have to do to join in the conversation is click on the "Community" tab on the AgWeb home page and then click "Discussions."
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Participating in the discussion groups on AgWeb.com is just one of the many ways to be an active member of the AgWeb online community. Share insight from your fields by submitting crop comments on our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/AgWeb; engage in the conversation on Twitter by following @agwebeditor; and join the AgWeb discussion group on LinkedIn. Interact with our expert bloggers ranging from market analysts to livestock veterinarians and agronomists. Don’t forget to watch our videos on the YouTube channel AgWebSara.