Feed Yard Foodie: A Cover Girl?

I have to admit that this week has been a little bit stressful for me—I am not used to following and researching a “hot topic” in social media in addition to all of the other things that I do!  Taking care of my animals is a much quieter experience…

The shining light to my week actually had nothing to do with the hot topic of Lean Finely Textured Beef…Wednesday night when I was working on my post that featured Dr. Cross, I got an email with the good news—I made the front page of the April issue of American Cattlemen magazine!  I can honestly say that I never dreamed that I would ever be a Cover Girl!

Feed Yard Foodie also hit a milestone this week as we soared past more than 40,000 all time views.  Woo Hoo!  Thanks to all of you for your loyalty and support!

Click on this link to read about the City Girl turned Cow Girl turned Cover Girl http://bit.ly/yz8EHN

Happy Reading!

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13 responses to “Feed Yard Foodie: A Cover Girl?

  1. Al Svajgr

    Congrats to a REAL cover girl! Who says that BEEF isn’t sexy??
    Thanks to you and Dr. Cross for the excellent science this week.

  2. Stephanie Rush

    I think this is AWESOME!! Sure hope there is mention of it in our local Trib?? I can only imagine how excited and proud your parents are Anne! :o)

  3. Nebraska Farm Wife

    Congrats on being the Cover Girl!!!! That is AWESOME!!!! I might have to get you to sign a copy for me!!! LOL

  4. Dawn

    Congratulations! Awesome cover, great article!
    You go girl!

  5. Congratulations! I enjoyed reading the article and love reading your blog. Keep it up!

  6. Congrats, Anne and family! Keep up the great work you do for our industry!

  7. Bill

    You own that issue! The cover + 5 1/2 pages of edit! A two page spread?! A picture of you lurking in the contents section. Dang.

    As a former magazine guy, that’s pretty good in 38 page/4 page cover book. You really must have impressed them. I look forward to reading the article.

    We need to get you on Fox with Hannity and whats-his-face. Then, unleash you on the militaristic vegans hanging out at CNN and Public Radio. You’d just need to mail them a copy of the magazine with a sticky note on it saying, “I support beef and the beef industry. I’m available to answer the public’s questions.”

    Great job, Anne.

  8. Came by to see what Feed Yard Foodie is all about and I love it! Congratulations on your cover, Anne, and on creating a beautiful life. Wonderful!

  9. Thank you to everyone for the great words of support. The magazine sent me LOTS of copies of the April issue so if anyone has a desire to see it in print just let me know! My two younger girls took copies today to school—all excited to show everyone. My oldest, typical of a middle school student, looked at the magazine and asked in her wonderful smarty way, “why can’t I come from a normal family who doesn’t have their Christmas card picture on the cover of a magazine?”. To this I replied, “get used to it—you are stuck with us!” I did notice that she took the time to read the article and actually smiled a time or two while reading it…

    Anne

  10. Robyn Geiser

    Wow – What an amazing advocate you are for the beef industry and Cozad. Thank you to your entire family for all your work and dedication to our community!
    Robyn

  11. Congratulations Anne!! Your passion for agriculture along with your integrity, honesty and respect really shine through!! Thank you for all that you do in representing transparency and believe ability of our food system. You are the best!!

  12. Sue Fan Ferguson

    Way to go, Anne, I’m so proud of you!
    As you can see, I’m a little behind in reading your blog but I have forwarded your explanation of LFTB to my friends. Keep up the important work!

    Sue Fan

  13. Michael Grasmick

    Hi F Foodie, I have ideas I’d like to bounce off of you because from what I can read you are quite intelligent. I own a feedlot west of Scottsbluff and will be making a sojourn there in Aug, Sep and Oct. Is there a place or a time that would work for you that we could me to discuss centered around 1) How producers can better market beef to land more revenue in their pocket v processors and 2) Can we use social media to get a far reaching group of producers to balk at selling when fair price for cattle is less than current market price? Can we as national producers refuse to sell for a day or two to drive up demand and subsequently the price?

    I love your site and would like to talk. My name is Michael Grasmick. My corporation is Grasmick Farming Company, Inc. My email is megrasm@gmail.com and my cell is 608-347-2767.

    I look forward to talking to you.

    Best,

    Michael

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