Too many cooks in 'agvocacy' kitchen (commentary)

Too many cooks in 'agvocacy' kitchen (commentary)

A FRIEND of mine mentioned that an agricultural professional came to speak with one of her on-campus organizations a while ago, bringing the message that every person involved in agriculture should be actively blogging and participating in social media "agvocacy" efforts. That's a pretty common message in agricultural circles today.

Despite hearing this message, my friend still hasn't started up a blog. Her reasoning?

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