To get article ideas, you must have your mind right. First, don’t let your writing career depend only on what you know. Second, be a writer: Decide that you can write about any subject at any time, if you contact the right person to interview. Here are some tips and examples.
Don’t forget your daily gold mine. You’ll find your daily newspaper, especially the features section, a gold mine of freelancing ideas. If you live near a large city, every issue will have featurearticle ideas you can research and sell to magazines. To put dollars in your pocket, you write a marketable query, conduct your own interviews, and take your own photographs.
One morning, I read a newspaper article about an alligator farmer two hours away from my home in Alabama. I didn’t write for farming magazines but thought the idea had merit for some other markets. The article said the Alabama farmer had the second-largest alligator farm in the United States, and every year sold alligator hides to European tanneries. At that time, alligator boots cost about $400 a pair, an alligator wallet $400, and an alligator briefcase $3,000 to $4,500. You could see how an alligator farmer could earn a good living selling alligator hides. Well-written and full of facts and figures, the newspaper feature told readers that raising alligators required 2- to 3-acre ponds enclosed by 6-foot-high chain-link fences, and that this alligator farmer earned $80,000 to $100,000 per acre.
I took down the name and information and started querying farming magazines, including those emphasizing farmingequipment, rural lifestyles and specific crops. When I received a $1,500 assignment to write the article, I called the alligatorfarmer and asked if I could interview him and photograph his farm. The visit took less than a day.
I also sold some other versions of that article and reprints to smaller magazines for five times what I’d earned initially. Then the children’s channel Nickelodeon bought, for a fine price, some of my alligator photos for one-time use in its magazine.
On another morning, I read a story in our local newspaper about a commercial chicken farmer. The writer described how professional chicken catchers came in at night, caught the chickens, and put them in crates to be taken to the chicken processor.
I didn’t know any professional chicken catchers or understand what they did. I wrote some queries, however, and when I received the assignment, I called the chicken farmer and set a date to meet with him. During summer months, I learned, temperatures increase greatly in a chicken house. To stress the birds as little as possible, the catchers catch the chickens at night. Often, as many as 5,000 to 10,000 chickens live in one chicken house and, when confined, tend to pile up on top of each other and smother to death. For best efficiency, four men work in chicken-catching teams, including the stirrer, who forces the chickens to move around with a stick to keep them from smothering, and the catcher, who catches the chickens and carries their feet between his fingers, generally eight at a time.
I sold that article to farming, ranching, poultry, rural-lifestyle and general-interest magazines, making chicken catching one of my most profitable writing ventures ever.
Everyone is the world’s greatest something. To successfully sell a story about someone, determine what they’re the world’s best at doing. One day I asked my wife’s aunt, who loved to sew, “Aunt Jean, what are Fairy Pockets?”
“Fairy Pockets is the name of my sewing business,” she told me. “We make Tooth Fairy Pillows, clutch balls for babies, and all types of little hand-made children’s toys out of cloth–many like those used in colonial times.”
As I questioned her, I learned that her husband, an engineer, had built machinery for Aunt Jean that could cut out multiple patterns on large amounts of cloth at one time for her children’s toys. She farmed out the sewing to 20 to 30 ladies in her neighborhood who wanted to make extra money.
Her business caught on like wildfire. With some of her toys featured at a Smithsonian museum gift shop and distribution through many retail outlets, I realized that Aunt Jean was someone people would like to meet through an article and photos. She created handmade toys that didn’t exist anymore, used her entrepreneurship to enable other stay-at-home moms to sew the toys and make money, and had become a nationally distributed manufacturer. I queried and wrote the story of her business for a women’s magazine.
Another time I had assignments to write three fishing articles at Lake Seminole in Bainbridge, Ga. I spent two and a half days gathering information and shooting photos. With a half day left, I asked the lodge owner, Jack Wingate, a gentle man full of mischief, if he and I could go fishing for fun, since I had completed my work. While out fishing, I asked Wingate, “What’s the story on Ole Ripper?” The restaurant at Wingate’s Lodge had a huge mounted wild boar with long tusks and a sign in his mouth that said “Ole Ripper.”
Wingate smiled and told me, “Ole Ripper was a renegade wild hog that broke into pig parlors, set the sows free, and destroyed fences. People hunted him for about four years and never could catch up to him.”
As Wingate reminisced about Ole Ripper, I interrupted him and said, “Wait a minute, Jack. Start over, and let me turn on my tape recorder.” I was totally fascinated by the story Wingate, a master storyteller, told me.
Once I had the story, I called the editor of Outdoor Life, the largest magazine of its type. I told him I would send him one of the most exciting outdoor stories I’d ever heard. I explained I’d ghostwrite it for the teller of the tale.
I wrote the story and sent it to my editor on speculation, which I normally never do. He not only accepted the article but paid an artist to paint a picture that ran over two pages to help illustrate the piece. I cashed one of the best checks I’d ever earned for writing one article with no photos.
If you listen and question, you, too, can find great people to write about.
Maintain your personal ‘continuing-education program.’ I have an advantage as a writer because I’m an average Joe in middle-class America. I’m the guy you’ll meet on the street any time you go downtown anywhere. The things I don’t know, or the subjects I want to learn about, are probably shared by several million other interested people. To get one or 50 story ideas, I simply learn something new or interview someone who interests me.
Today, Tracy Byrd is a well-known country-music artist. But when he was a struggling singer, I discovered that he liked to hunt quail. I set up a quail hunt for us. During the course of the hunt, I took out my tape recorder and asked Byrd, “What do you have to do to be a successful country-western singer?”
Byrd answered, “You’ve got to sing in a lot of little-bitty bars all over the country, if you’ll ever sing on the big stage.” From that day with Byrd, I gleaned information for four magazine articles for the outdoors and country-music markets–and made a new friend.
Head to the bookstore. When I feel totally brain-dead, I pursue great story ideas by going to bookstores with my notebook and pen. I look at the type of articles various magazines run at specific times of the year–most will run similar articles the same month of the year, every year. In October, November and December, for instance, you’ll see holiday-related articles. I can then relate new story ideas to that same month the next year. If I spend two or three hours perusing all the magazines on the shelves, I often can discover 20 to 50 ideas in one afternoon.
One November I saw that several magazines on the stands included Christmas presents in their lineups. I queried some magazines for the next November on articles about what to buy outdoor youngsters for Christmas and sold the idea. Another time I noticed that women’s magazines and even People featured holiday meals. I queried and sold articles on a number of related topics, including how to incorporate wild game into Thanksgiving and Christmas menus, and how to have more fun on the Fourth of July by catching your own crappie and catfish that day.
Encounter a problem, solve it, write it. Make problems your new best friend. Every problem you or your acquaintances have is an opportunity to sell a story. Find a method for solving a problem and write up your insights and techniques to benefit others.
During a recession in the 1970s, I wanted to raise vegetables but lacked enough sun at my home. A nearby business, U.S. Steel, leased unused land for only $20 or so an acre for a year. Doing something my grandfather had done during the Great Depression, I leased five acres, marked off garden plots after having the land plowed, then asked each person who took a garden spot to return a third of what they grew to me. I wrote up the idea for Mother Earth News and a couple of alternative lifestyle magazines, too, while my family enjoyed a wide variety of fresh vegetables.
An inquisitive mind, a desire to learn, an awareness of where to find story ideas, and a belief that every person you meet is the world’s greatest something make not only for an interesting life, but a great career as a writer.
John E. Phillips
A full-time freelancer for 38 years, John E. Phillips, of Birmingham, Ala., has written more than 30 books. He also provides regular Internet content for eight companies and writes for about 40 different magazines each year.
Nowadays, you may notice that there are lots of people who are engaged in the industry of agriculture. One of the most prominent livelihood sources by numerous people all over the country is the so-called farming. Because of this, these people are seeking for some related information on how to upgrade their lives and experiences in farming industry.
One of the best factors that a farmer should consider when they are operating such farm is the suitable farm shop that would bring them towards success. Make sure that you can establish your own farm shop so as to gain more benefits out of what you are doing.
In fact, farm shop can be utilized for many purposes such as:
- Housing livestock
- Equipment storage
- And many more
You just need to be well-knowledgeable in establishing farm shop so that you will end up having more benefits as what you want to expect from what you are doing. For m ore information about the other factors to consider and the right things to do to create better farm shop, you may also take a glimpse on some reliable sites online. Perhaps, you may also need the best weed eater for your farming procedures. So, you can definitely seek the ideal type of it through online searching. Always consider those reliable sites only so that you can have a full guarantee about quality results.
Things to Seek for in Establishing Farm Shop
As what mentioned earlier, there are several things and considerations that you need to take when seeking for a farm shop. If you want an ultimate outcome that would guarantee success, then you have to prioritize the following things:
One of the most essential features that you need to prioritize in buying or building a shed or farm shop is the material types to be utilized. Make sure that the materials to be used for your farm shop are durable enough and can last longer. As much as possible, try to make use of the materials that are only light weights which are also made up of aluminum.
You need to decide if what particular size of your farm shop – on how big or small it is. But as much as possible, try to bigger depending on the stocks that you will put on your farm.
Almost all farm shop vary in styles. That’s why it is really desirable to select a specific one that is quite overwhelming. Always remember that you have to choose a farm shed or shop that is strong enough and can easily be combined with your ideas in order to enhance its styles and designs.
Always go with a reputable and trusted builder who will work or do your farm shops.
Always consider the best things that you know in doing and establishing the best styles for your farm shops. You may also seek some pieces of advice from experts who are presently working on farms and in any related fields.
Long after it was over, many people recalled how beautiful that April Sunday in 1935 started out. But that morning a cold front swept south from Canada through the Great Plains, picking up loose soil. Over hundreds of miles of flat land, the wind whipped up earth dried out by years of drought into an immense black cloud.
By the time it got to a section of the Oklahoma Panhandle called No Man’s Land, the cloud was thousands of feet high and 200 miles long, traveling 60 miles an hour. “It was like a tornado that was on its side,” a farmer’s son later told filmmaker Ken Burns.
Close by in Liberal, Kansas, 11-year-old Lila Lee and a friend frantically sought refuge from the angry mountain of dust in a house. “I was sure I was going to die,” she told historian Paul Bonnifield.
While all over the region, people voiced a similar fear: “It’s the end of the world.”
That day would come to be known as Black Sunday. Robert Geiger, an Associated Press reporter who witnessed it, knew how the area’s farmers had already suffered from the long drought. “Three little words … rule life today in the dust bowl of the continent,” he wrote. “‘If it rains.’”
In his article, Geiger coined a phrase that gave a name to a region and one of the worst ecological disasters in history: the Dust Bowl.
“Wrong Side Up”
The Dust Bowl covered about 150,000 square miles–mostly in the Oklahoma and Texas panhandles and parts of Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico. The tragedy that unfolded there in the 1930s had a number of causes. But most experts say it was the actions of humans that made it so bad.
As farming operations have become more and more concentrated and industrialized over the past two decades, conditions in the industry are becoming more and more similar to those experienced in traditional industrial settings. The capacity of farm workers to organize has thereby increased. Furthermore, the evolution of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms has given labour groups one tool to challenge their exclusion from govern mental protections. These changes, combined with ongoing grassroots organizing by groups like the FCW, Justicia for Migrant Workers (J4MW) and KAIROS (an ecumenical social-justice group), in conjunction with formal legal challenges, have began to reap some benefits.
The biggest victory to date was a Liberal announcement last year that, starting in June, 2006, farm workers will for the first time be protected under Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA). The change will extend existing health-and-safety provisions that most workers already take for granted–like the right to be notified of workplace hazards or to refuse to work in unsafe conditions. But both the UFCW and Osgoode Hall’s Eric Tucker are quick to point out that the lack of agricultural-specific regulations and limited resources regarding enforcement could limit the importance of the change.
There are numerous types or air compressor that can be found online. In fact, these types or air compressor differ from one another based on its uses, functions, prices and some other aspects. The unique identity and characteristic of an air compressor are the reasons why it also differs from one another.
If you want to use an air compressor for your DIY projects or even for professional works, then you have to choose a friendly product that would give you the privilege to experience the great results. One of the best ways on how to easily find the ideal type of air compressor for your projects and works is through reading different air compressor reviews. Probably you are asking yourself if what you would get out of reading reviews online. Well, reviews that can be found in some reliable sites would be very helpful for you when looking for the best and high quality of air compressor.
Here are some of the essential things and impacts of several reviews which you may find in the market:
- These provide great and accurate decision making on or before buying the product.
- These give you the chance to meet all the best types of air compressor in the circulation.
- Both positive and negative reviews would improve your purchasing techniques, especially if you would like to consider numerous features, uses and functions.
- Through reading more reviews, you will be aided on how to choose an air compressor which is relatively good and beneficial for you. Thus, you can surely end up selecting a high quality type that would provide long lifespan.
- Reviews would be your primary or secondary opinions about the good, better and best products that are being offered in the marketplace. Hence, you can never purchase those imitated products which would give you no assurance when it comes to quality.
Once you are already done reading several reviews, it is now the time to make your decisions too. You have to start thinking which particular product you will choose and use for good. If you have already decided to purchase an air compressor for your projects, then make sure that you are on the right company.
Probably, you want to place an order through online because it is one of the easiest ways on how to purchase a product. So, always consider a company or a site that gives real or authentic information when it comes to their products and services. Don’t just shop a particular product wherein you don’t know yet the background of the company. As much as possible, do an extensive research about your company provider so as to make sure that you are on the right site or place for the selection of the product.
For more assurance, you should always start reading several useful reviews that you may use for your great selections. There are some online sites that give different information about a specific product that you want. In fact, you can also find some other information or details about other products which you may use for your other projects. Some of these are farm tools, different pieces of equipment for your gardening and many more.
Agricultural works are one of the backbones of the economy of some countries. And one of its main subdivisions is through farming. With the different correlated works in farming, many people tend to become profitable and progressive to their lives. As long as that they have a spacious farm where they can do farming, they can have a full guarantee that they can end up having a better lifestyle.
There are some people who wish to setup their business along with their agricultural lands. So, what they are doing is that they look for some alternatives and additional works which can be simultaneously work together with the farming tasks.
Some health promotion activities after hours of laboring on the farm:
I found that strength training after hash hours of labor is necessary, it helps us maintain the physical state with the most prolific. Here is several methods to help them get into the best state of physical, mental:
- Exercise sports such as badminton, football, volleyball, …
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The Essence of Farming Related to Your Lifestyle
After having your day-breaks; you can again go back to your usual routines. Since farming could be your primary works, you can enhance your life through the different essential projects related to this. Make sure not to neglect your farm since this could make your life more worthwhile and progressive.
Actually, there are several benefits and advantages that you may get out of farming. Through several works in farming like raising cattle or livestock and planting root crops or some vegetables, you can easily look for means in order to live. Here the two main benefits that you may get out of farming:
- Source of foods and income – With all the farm related works that you have, you can even get foods from your farm. Also, you can sell some of its products in the market and turn the products into cash. In this way, you can have a source of income.
- For entertainment and making yourself busy – Some people do farming because they want to make themselves busy. They don’t want to have idle days; but instead, they are looking for more useful effects on their lives.
You can also do some sorts of farming activities since there are lots of faming tasks which you can explore.
“Concern over the ag economy has gone from people being a little concerned about it to people being scared about it,” says ag banker Steve Lindholm, president of $31 million-assets Farmers and Merchants State Bank, Clarkfield, Minn. As July came to a close, Lindholm called Prairie Grain, one of the local elevators, just two blocks from the bank, for the prices on soybeans and corn. They were down again: corn at $1.46 per bushel, and beans at $3.89 per bushel.
The news was discouraging, but no big surprise. With some compensating factors for distance to market (called “basis”) and such, the local elevator’s prices pretty much follow the direction of the national price level, which is to say, below production costs for most farmers. The record harvests that have been predicted for both crops have pushed grain prices down. Drought in the East has prompted some scaling back of yield predictions, but not enough to affect prices significantly.
In Clarkfield, however, Lindholm is still expecting excellent yields. “I’m not expecting them to equal last year,” he says, “but we’re almost there, absent a bad wind storm or a hail storm.”
But there is a feeling, almost, of dis-connectedness about price levels. “Most farmers are able to get the Commodity Credit Corp. loan rate out of the grain they have in inventory now,” points out Lindholm. That and the loan deficiency payment program, worked in combination, can get the farmer better prices than the cash market.
However, “better” isn’t actually “good.” “They can’t make money at $1.75 corn and $5.06 beans,” says Lindholm of the CCCloan prices.
A system with eyes
In the meantime, Lindholm and his loan officers are keeping watch over the ag portfolio. One big assistance is the way Farmers & Merchants sets up its loan relationships with farmers. A “note control” system for grain farming has been used for years by Lindholm and his father, Paul Lindholm, now of Security State Bank of Fergus Falls, Minn.
After harvest, an “inventory loan” is set up tied to the value of grain on hand that is to be marketed over a period of months and paid by July or August the following year. Any short-term debt that cannot be paid from the loan value of grain inventory becomes the “machinery note.” No payments are expected during the production year from this note, so its due date is set subsequent to harvest the following year. Finally, the “crop production” note, a closed-end line of credit, is set up for all of the borrower’s anticipated crop production needs.
Lindholm finds a number of advantages to this approach, but a key point is that it works hand in glove with the bank’s approach to funding farm loans, outlined earlier in this series: It always evaluates a farmer with the intent of banking all of his operation, not half of it. Thus the amount of operating credit granted in the closed-end line is based on the likely costs of the entire season. Hence, exposure is contained and a borrower would have to come to the bank should funds run short.
“So far, because of the way we evaluated the loans in the spring, we’ve seen nothing out of whack,” says Lindholm. Out of all of the bank’s farm loans, only one has caused unexpected trouble.
Ties that bind
The one problem case, while unusual, could be a bellwether. It involves a farmer whose son, also a farmer, but in different market, had been turned down for desperately needed credit. To help his son, the farmer used a big piece of his own operating line from Farmers & Merchants. Problem is, Lindholm’s staffers know what it costs to run a farm, and their projection was correct-so that the older farmer began to run short of operating cash and had to ‘fess up’ to the bank.
Lindholm’s experience tells him this may be the first of a line of such situations.
“Technically, what he did was fraud,” says Lindholm, but the banker is not inclined to demand his pound of flesh. “We will try to fix the problem,” he explains.
“When money gets tight,” he explains, “people do things that make sense to them at the time but may not be permitted under the loan documents and that put the bank at risk through exposures that the bank didn’t intend to take.”
Agriculture plays a very crucial role in our economy. It is the main and leading source of currency for developing countries as well as employment opportunities are vastly in demand. Because of the rising world population year by year, it was reported that there is a crucial need for development of farming for efficient use of resources for farming use.
Vital role of farming
There are essential reasons why farming is important. First of all, it provides us food to eat; it helps in the promotion of biodiversity, reduction of farm pollution as well as toxic substances in the environment, better soil and good preservation of the culture of Agriculture, it plays a significant role to the International Trade, marketable surplus, foreign exchange resources, food security and great employment opportunities. Thus, most countries rely agricultural products as a main source of income.
Without farming, every person would be forced to hunt and gather their own food in order to survive. Nowadays, scarcity of food is possible as population increases. For that reason, individuals must learn that farming plays a vital role in our day to day living as it supplies our daily needs of family’s food intake everyday.
Farming before and after
Way back before, farming needs more than a hard work. Farmers are not yet equipped with knowledge and tools regarding new technologies when it comes to farming techniques. There are no available machines before, that is why farming task before was never an easy job.
In most countries today, farming was made easy by the use of different technologies. Farmer’s life is made easy in terms of mechanization, rural electrification, general upgrading of the technology and scientific methods, thus making farming less laborious at the same time living was made easy and enjoyable for farmers.
Technology at its best
With the aid of technology, many areas of the world have improved drastically. Through mechanization and system upgrading, there are a lot of farming tools that have had arises which are available at the market today depending upon its application. Hitachi and Dewalt are among the tool brand manufacturers that are well-known and trusted brands in the market today. And it varies based by its durability, weight, quality, prices and of use.
Tools like standard saw, best compound miter saw, and sliding compound miter saw are only few of the tools that are commonly used by the farmers of today’s modern world and are classified as safe and easy to use tools. For better tool suggestions you may visit http://thebestmitersaw.com for more information for better choices.
Farming plays a vital role in our lives. Thus it builds a role to the entire welfare or living of the society, providing our daily needs such as abundant food supply, fresh food and other necessities for people around the globe. These days, fresh foods are not easy to produce, that is why farming is essential and farmers do play a very important role.
With the evolution of inventors and the rising demand of the technology of the farming tools that are present in the marketplace today, the production output of every farmers where doubled as well as tripled as the capacity of the machine or system used increases relative to the amount of labour that is employed therefore, making farmers work load more easy, hassle free, timesaving and productive.
Farming which is a part of agriculture is a way of keeping animals and growing crops for food. In this way, it helps feed many people and gives a nation a chance to grow economically. Poor countries usually utilize traditional way of farming while the rich nations use intensive agriculture. Over the years farming like other technologies also advances. Farmers from all over the world have developed their own way of growing their crops. From traditional agriculture, there are now many types of farming used for every kind of crops that farmers want to grow. There are Organic, Vertical, Mult-Crop, Green House and Polytunnel or Polyhouse farming.
Moreover, there are growing numbers of farmers who opt to do livestock farming. Livestock farming is breeding of animals for human use. Livestock animals primarily refer to chicken, cattle, pigs, goats, sheep and horses. But now, many farmers are also breeding mules, donkeys, insects and rabbits for their livestock farming. This kind of farming is very useful for famers because it does not only help them economically but it also supplies them food for a year.
Farming is really a hard job to do. And to start farming, one should have the proper knowledge, the skills and tools. Agriculture requires many tools from large to small farms in order to raise their farm production. However, different kinds of farmers use different kinds of tools. (more…)
What are the requirements for developing agriculture of a nation? They might be area, climate, human, state policy or technical science. It can be said that Canadian agriculture is fully converged those factors. Therefore, not only meet the need of food inside the country, but Canada is also famous for exporting agriculture product all over the world. In this article, we will point out several achievements of this country over the past few years.
According to the report, “An Overview of the Canadian Agriculture and Agri-Food System 2014,” Canadian export sales grew by 8.1% in 2012. With export sales of C$43.6 billion, Canada is the world’s fifth-largest exporter, accounting for 3.5% of the total value of world agriculture and agri-food exports. “Canada’s agriculture and food industry has evolved into a modern, technologically advanced, export-oriented sector that is among the elite performers in today’s highly competitive global marketplace,” said Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz.
The main products
- Canadian meat, which is taken from the most qualified animals, are favored in many countries around the world. The high standards of cattle health, nutrition systems, veterinary science is developing very well. The modern processing technology helps Canadian meat provide consumers with delicious meat products in both fresh and frozen form.
- Fish and seafood make Canada become the most famous suppliers for some of the best products in the world. They determine to preserve their quality management, innovation and sustainable management of fisheries resources. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean and the Arctic Ocean and many freshwater lakes, Canada exported more than 160 species of fish and seafood, the fresh, frozen, canned and smoked goods to over 130 countries world. These foods are suitable for baking and as a result there has been a device contributes to the process of finishing meat from Canada called electric smoker. However, not all these equipments are good, you need to read electric smoker reviews click here, And learn about buying guide at topelectricsmokers.com. It will help you smoke these fish and seafood more delicious.
- Farms in Canada have produced and packaged more than 120 types of vegetables, fruit, flowers and ornamental plants. From the very common types such as potatoes, apples, tomatoes and livestock products grown in greenhouses to excellent native blueberries, cranberries. Not only meet the demands in North America, Canada also exports vegetables in the form of frozen or process them for restaurants. All of them are under delicious, nutritious. Other important product is Canadian honey and syrup.
Canada agricultural achievements
- Canada is one of the world’s largest suppliers of agricultural products, particularly wheat and other grains.
- Canada is a major exporter of agricultural products to the United States and also to Europe and East Asia.
- Like all other developed countries: the proportion of the population working in the agricultural sector and the sector’s contribution to GDP has dropped significantly in the 20th century.
In conclusion, Canada’s agricultural products are highly qualified and trusted by the world. It is considered that agriculture plays an important part on the whole economy of this country, and its products have become well-known brands worldwide. We can say that Canadian is very wise to develop in this sustainable way. Canadian economy in general and its agriculture in particular really deserves a great lesson for developing and underdeveloped countries.