With over 20 hours of programming, we offer packages to fit a range of ag-related learning. If you have a specialty in crops or livestock, crossover the two, or go all access, we've got you.

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Crop Specialist


8 hours of programming & a year of community

Livestock Specialist


8 hours of programming & a year of community

Crossover Specialist


11 hours of programming & a year of community

All Access Across Crops & Livestock


20 plus hours of programming & a year of the community!

As we launch, we have three courses that combine for hours of instruction and insight. These are built to be somewhat timeless resources that can be revisited. There are downloads and video lessons are accompanied with links so further exploration of vetted sources is easy! 

Ag 101 is the course that is included in all our offerings as it provides context on so many pieces of the agriculture as both a business and way of life. It provides in-depth modules on farmers, lessons on the business and industry as well as sustainability. 

Crops and livestock are two major areas of agriculture and we have courses on both. 

Focus on Crops includes two modules -- one that discusses growing crops or food, feed and fuel and the other focused on the challenges that get in the way of production. 

Focus on Livestock provides some of the key pieces on animal handling and care in one module, while the second module provides more insight on animal health. 

And the Grounded in Ag Community compliments the courses by providing more timely information whether that be what's happening in fields and barns right now or interactive discussions on key topics. 

We are already working on content for Phase 2 Courses where we will have courses that dig deeply into some of the key commodities produced on farms and ranches around the US. 

These courses will be published as production is completed as we build out content on the following crops and livestock:

  • Beef
  • Corn
  • Cotton
  • Dairy
  • Pork
  • Poultry
  • Soybeans
  • Specialty Crops
  • Wheat

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