Tuesday, June 29, 2010

GDF "Vocowbulary"

I often forget that some people may not fully understand some of the words or phrases I use when talking about my family's dairy farm. With that in mind, I've decided to start a new video feature on our farm's YouTube channel: GDF Vocowbulary. I plan on making this a weekly series, and I hope it will help explain some of the terminology we use when talking about our farm or industry.

For the first lesson, I chose to explain what "dry cows" are. I've got a whole list of words and phrases I can focus on in upcoming lessons, but I really want to choose the terms that you are most interested in learning more about. If there is something that you would like to have defined or explained, please let me know via this blog, my Twitter account, or our Facebook page and I'll make sure to prioritize it for a future video.

So sit back, hit the "play" button, and learn a little bit more about dry cows. I hope it's helpful, and please share it with your friends!


Rachel Glascock said...

Great idea!

Nick said...

This is a fantastic idea. I hope other farmers in other ag industries follow this example.


Hoosier Farm Babe said...

Hi Will, I'm passing on a bloggy award to you! Go to http://hoosierfarmbabe.blogspot.com/2010/06/i-won-bloggy-award.html to pick it up!

Meg@Hoosier Farm Babe Tell Tails

Anonymous said...

Your GDF Vocowbulary is a very effective idea that will further the understanding of Dairy Farming. Best wishes in all of your future endeavors.