Social Media and Ag

Yesterday I participated in the #AgChat about Social Media in Agriculture.  It was a super interesting 2 hours of conversation.  I got to see how other agvocates make use of social media for their brands, causes, and  general ag awareness. What really struck home for me in this conversation is that we all share our Read More …

Preferred Content

Here at MouseInMyPocket, I’m always trying to decide what topics to write about.  I have a bit of erratic personality – so I tend to write posts about lots of different topics.  That’s everything from agriculture to crafting, from food to fashion, to the adventures in my daily life.  For those of you that read Read More …

Spinning a Yarn

The 7th and final chapter in our book, Farm Anatomy: The Curious Parts and Pieces of Country Life is entitled Spinning a Yarn.  This chapter of the book covers: Carding and spinning yarn Natural dyes How to make a flower press How to make a corn husk doll Making rag rugs Making candles Quilt patterns Read More …

Young Farmers Conference 2012

Matt & I went to the 2012 Indiana Farm Bureau Young Farmer’s Conference in Indianapolis last weekend.  It was a lot of fun!  This year was another record breaking year for the conference with 631 registered attendees and 100+ kids. The conference started on Friday night with fun and games.  There was a cornhole (bean Read More …

Trip to SIPAC

This weekend was the Indiana Farm Bureau District #9 Annual Meeting at the Southern Indiana Purdue Agricultural Center, henceforth to be known as the meeting at SIPAC.  It wasn’t much of a meeting, mostly it was a tour of the SIPAC facilities.  I learned a lot, and it was a pretty fun trip.  I went Read More …