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If a Picture’s Worth 1,000 Words, What Words Would They Be?

If a Picture’s Worth 1,000 Words, What Words Would They Be? April 26, 2021 | Letters Authors: Dr. Nicole Olynk Widmar, Associate Head and Professor, Purdue University Department of Agricultural EconomicsDr. Courtney Bir, Department of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma...



Connecting Agribusinesses to Consumers Through Social Media

January 11, 2021 | Letters Authors: Dr. Trey Malone, @DrTreyMalone, Assistant Professor of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics, Michigan State University Marcia A. Cripps, @CropQueenMarcia, Graduate Student of Agronomy and Soils, Auburn University New media...



Trying to Help When, Where and How We’re Able

December 28, 2020 | Letters Author: Dr. Nicole Olynk Widmar, Associate Head and Professor, Purdue University Department of Agricultural Economics We first invited you to Consumer Corner in June of 2020 to derive insights from agricultural economics consumer-relevant...



Online Media Surveillance for the Public (Greater) Good?

December 21, 2020 | Letters Authors: Dr. Nicole Olynk Widmar, Associate Head and Professor, Purdue University Department of Agricultural Economics Dr. Courtney Bir, Department of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University This Consumer Corner letter was...



Progress is Required; Consensus is Not

December 14, 2020 | Letters Author: Dr. Nicole Olynk Widmar, Associate Head and Professor, Purdue University Department of Agricultural Economics This work is the product of the collaboration on Against the Odds: A Path Forward for Rural America by Bruce Vincent,...






That’s Probably Not a Zebra

September 21, 2020 | Letters Author: Dr. Nicole Olynk Widmar, Associate Head and Professor, Purdue University Department of Agricultural Economics Dr. Courtney Bir, Department of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University  “Keep It Simple, Stupid Silly” was the...



Dis/Mis-Information: Difficult to Detect, but Impossible to Ignore

September 14, 2020 | Letters Author: Cami Ryan, Social Sciences Lead, Regulatory Scientific Affairs, Bayer Crop Science  Picture it. You are a respected, established advocate for agriculture and food production. You might even have a well-recognized brand. You come...