Conference News
Check out photos from convention!
2014 National Block and Bridle Convention
Hosted by Texas Tech University @ Lubbock, Texas
October 23-25, 2014
See the Kids Against Hunger Video

Web Page Spotlight

Each month we will feature web pages associated with agriculture that might interest our members. Visit these sites and let us know what you think!!
DO YOU HAVE A BLOG? Let me know.
Blogs from current members:
The Truth About Agriculture ~ Michelle Bufkin
Blogs from Block and Bridle alumni:
Ag Proud ~ Ryan Goodman
Buzzard's Beat ~ Brandi Buzzard Frobose
Humpin' it in the Boonies ~ Melissa Laurent
Dirt Road Charm ~Taysha Short Reitzel
The Magic Farmhouse ~ Jenny Schweigert
Tales of a Kansas Farm Mom ~ Nicole Small
Mom at the Meat Counter ~ Janeal Yancey


Ag Communicators, Future Web Designers,
and Creative Minds!

The Block and Bridle webpage is upgrading its look and we want YOUR input!

In 2015 the National Block and Bridle webpage will get a new look and we want it to be student driven. Please go and check out our site and send in your ideas. Ideas can be submitted as mock up sites, simple designs, or even just text with suggestions for look and feel. In the Spring, we will meld the ideas together with our design team and start working on the new look.

 Click here for the Block and Bridle Emblem


Around the Barnyard

Ohio State Saddle and Sirloin Pork Loin Roast

Virginia Tech Block and Bridle Newsletter

Michigan State Block and Bridle celebrates Christmas

Sam Houston State Block and Bridle hosts Children's Barnyard

Life in and around the "Block and Bridle Barnyard" is about community. Through group activities and teamwork, Block and Bridle members build friendships, share in fellowship, and develop a sense of purpose while representing animal agriculture. "Around-the-Barnyard" will allow chapters to share their success stories about service projects, educational events, fundraising opportunities, individual achievements, and professional development projects they perform. Share your story today!