Corn Comments 2.16 – Start a conversation

-   Mobile Link In this week’s Corn Comments segment, Woster speaks to just how important it is to tell your story, whether its in person or online. A few ways you can share your story with the non-farming population is to do so on social media. Stay up-to-date on news and other happenings by following South […]

Corn Comments 9.1 – Social Media Storytelling

- Mobile Link: In this week’s Corn Comments, Woster visits about how South Dakota Corn is telling agriculture’s story through social media. You can now connect with South Dakota Corn on new mediums such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, Flickr, Vine and of coarse this very blog, Farmers have a great story to tell, they are growing more food, feed, fuel and fiber with […]

Corn Comments 9.30 – New Media World

- In this week’s Corn Comments segment, Jim Woster looks at the different social media channels in which you can interact with South Dakota Corn. South Dakota Corn continues to expand its social media presence across the web telling the story of family farmers in South Dakota. We currently have accounts on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, Pinterest, Instagram and now Vine. Give us a follow […]

Food and Fuel Facebook Contest!

-   Stop out at the Sioux Empire Fairgrounds on Saturday, August 10th for Ag Rules Day at the Sioux Empire Fair. South Dakota Corn will have activities and prizes all day along with a FREE sweetcorn feed at 11am. We will also be giving away small engine yard equipment for the adults and $50 dollar […]

Corn Comments 4.29 – Connect with Corn

- Corn Comments Podcast with Jim Woster. Did you know that Jim Woster can text? Don’t laugh, it’s a big step into the technology world for an old stockyards guy. In this week’s Corn Comments Podcast, Woster talks about the growing influence that social media has in our world. Throughout the web South Dakota Corn is […]

Corn Comments 5.28 – Tell your story

- Corn Comments Podcast with Jim Woster.  It’s time to get on board and become an active voice in the social media world. With a growing disconnect between consumers and the sources of their food, it has never been more important for folks involved in agriculture to reach out and tell their story. Agriculture is under […]

Corn Comments 10.3 – Connect with Corn

-   Corn Comments Podcast with Jim Woster. The world is constantly changing all around us, especially in the way we communicate. South Dakota Corn has embraced that change and is extremely active in the world of social media. We would like to encourage and challenge both farmers and consumers to connect with us through these mediums as […]

NCGA to host social media training webinars

- Corn growers and others involved in the agriculture industry will have the opportunity to learn social media skills through a series of webinars from the National Corn Growers Association 2011 Social Media Training Program. The first webinar will take place at 10:30 a.m. CST Thursday, January 20, and is the first of 12 free hour-long […]

Corn Comments 11.15

- Corn Comments Podcast with Jim Woster. South Dakota Farmers and Ranchers who feed the world each and every day are the True Environmentalists. Win $5 worth of ethanol just for becoming a fan of South Dakota Corn on Facebook  and a follower on Twitter: @SDcorn. Send in your 2011 Proposed South Dakota Corn Resolutions  to the […]

Turning Corn Farmers into Agvocates

- It was a long day, but it was a good day. Last Friday, Cause Matter Corp, #AGCHAT founder and social media professional, Michelle Payn-Knoper, stood in front of a classroom full of South Dakota Corn Board directors with one goal in mind…teaching them the importance of #Agvocacy and how to use Facebook and Twitter to […]