In case you missed it: Social media updates

Focus On Farming from A Greener World
In case you missed it:
A Greener World’s Marketing Team has been hard at work helping people understand the meaning of AGW’s certifications. One part of this effort includes consolidating our social media accounts so that our organization (and by extension, our certified farmers and their products) are easy to find, follow and tag in online conversations. If you’re on social media and haven’t followed us yet, please do—be sure to tag us with @AGreenerWorld on Facebook, @AGreenerWorld on Twitter and #AGreenerWorld or @agreenerworldorg on Instagram.

If you already follow us, we want to make it simple for you to talk about AGW to your customers and followers. The more they know about your certifications, the more it helps everyone! We know the future depends on farms and businesses like yours—our goal is to “grow the pie” and it’s going to take all of us.

We’ll see you online, and thanks for all that you do!

Featured Resources and News about sustainable farming and ranching
Avoiding heat stress in pigs
Despite the well-known saying, pigs don’t actually sweat (aside from their snouts) and can struggle to maintain their body temperature. As a result, overheating in outdoor pigs is a key health and welfare concern, which can affect growth rates, fertility and, in severe cases, can lead to death. Getting prepared for the summer and making sure your pigs can wallow and lie in shade will make things better for them and for your bottom line. Read the entire blog here —
Meet the farmer: Gothberg Farms
Rhonda Gothberg produces award winning goat’s milk cheese from the milk of her AGW-certified LaMancha dairy goats on her 40 acre farm set in the heart of the Skagit Valley, WA. After achieving Grade A Goat Dairy status in 2004, Gothberg Farms became the first dairy in the state to become Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW in 2010. Enjoy the entire Q&A article featuring Rhonda on page 22 in the spring issue of Sustainable Farming magazine here —
10-year farms to celebrate
The following certified farmers have reached their ten-year anniversary with Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW certification in the month of July and AGW is honored to tip our hats in appreciation.

Read more about 10-year certified farmers here —

Farm-to-farm sales
New Listings: Certified AWA and Certified Grassfed by AGW cattle for sale (Rudy, AR); Certified AWA by AGW miniture Nubian and Lamancha dairy goats—kids, yearlings and adults—for sale (Boyceville, WI); Certified AWA by AGW Highland cattle—cow/calf pairs, yearling and two-year old heifers—for sale (Worthington, MA) and many more. View listings or submit your own here —
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On social media? We are too! Be sure to tag us with @AGreenerWorld on Facebook, @AGreenerWorld on Twitter and #AGreenerWorld or @agreenerworldorg on Instagram. Use the hashtags #AnimalWelfareApprovedbyAGW, #GrassfedbyAGW or #NonGMObyAGW to talk about our labels, and remind folks that you’re actually #AGWCertified to world-renowned standards.

Need social media support and ideas? Check out the article “Get Social” on page 12-13 in the Spring/Summer2018 Sustainable Farming magazine.

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