Conference News


2014 National Block and Bridle Convention

October 23-25, 2014
Hosted by Texas Tech University @ Lubbock, Texas

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!!

• Learn more about National Ag Day! Get your Block and Bridle club involved in animal agriculture advocacy.

• For those of you that like to eat beef, try Beef-on-a-Budget. Bon appétit!!!

Check out College Aggies Online!

The Animal Agriculture Alliance’s College Aggies Online Scholarship Program

High-point individual will receive $2,500 scholarship
High-point club will receive $5,000

The purpose of the program is to help train college students to become strong agriculture communicators.

  • Learn to advocate using social media
  • Receive points by writing blogs, letters to the editor, and posting ag related content on social media
  • Work as a club to host an Ag Day on campus, visit local elementary schools, and hosting food drives
  • Network with other students from all across the nation
  • Compete as individuals or as a club
Animal Ag Alliance helps you with tools to host events and ideas of ways to share ag with your community.

How to sign up?
email  Morgan Hawley at mhawley@animalagalliance.org

Stay involved and find great stuff to share!
Follow Aggies Online on Twitter (@AggiesOnline) or Facebook (College Aggies Online)

Around the 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!