30 Days of…Agricultural Something

My Generation

Looking ahead to November and "30 Days." Will you blog with me?

Published on: September 27, 2012

For the past couple years, I've had a little blog series running through November. Do you remember it? Nothing complicated. Just a daily blog, throughout the month of November, tied into a series.

In 2010, it was 30 Days of Thanks & Giving.

In 2011, it was 30 Days of Farms & Families.

And while I haven't yet settled on a theme for this year (hey, I've got a whole month still!), "30 Days" of something will definitely be back. I'm kicking around a few ideas here at the Prairie Farmer field office, and I'm all ears if you've got an idea for me. Really, there are no bad ideas. Well, maybe. But all ideas will be heard!   

30 Days of Farms & Families, in 2011, featured hard-working, salt-of-the-earth, young farm families.
30 Days of Farms & Families, in 2011, featured hard-working, salt-of-the-earth, young farm families.

Here's the twist for this year: if you blog about agriculture, I'd like to invite you to join me in 30 Days. Pick a your own farm-related topic and write about it every day for the month of November. Send me your link on November 1st, and I'll add it to the link list here at My Generation. You link back to my blog from your list. Lots of link love! But mostly, lots of agriculture love. And that's what it's all about.

And the writing? It's not so hard. Think short posts with one point made each day. This is, of course, what I tell myself each year and sometimes it works and sometimes I just feel like I have a lot to say. Times 30.

30 Days of Thanks & Giving, in 2010, featured something in agriculture worth celebrating every day.
30 Days of Thanks & Giving, in 2010, featured something in agriculture worth celebrating every day.

Think it over. 30 Days of something. It's a great writing challenge. It's a great challenge for stretching your boundaries and what you think you can do (and can't). Drop me a line or comment below if you're thinking of joining in, or if you have questions.

I think it'll be fun.

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    We loved reading your past “30 days” blogging adventures, so when you invited others to join in on the fun our crew knew we had to participate. But then, what to write about? 30 days seems kind of like an eternity in these days of instant communication and social media, but imagine if beef could travel from seedstock producer to packing plant to distribution and consumer (and of course many points in between) in just a month? That’s not reality, but we can give you a 30-day virtual tour via this amazing technology we call the World Wide Web. So we’re excited to talk about the people (at every level) and the decisions they make, and how that ultimately impacts that delicious product we know as beef. Thanks for issuing the challenge, Holly! Ladies and gentleman…..get those keyboards ready! Miranda & the rest of the Black Ink team (www.blackinkwithcab.com)