Author: Holly Harlan

I am a freshman at the University of Missouri majoring in science and agricultural journalism. My love for the agriculture industry began in the small town of Salisbury, Missouri. This small, farming community gave me the opportunity to grow up with an appreciation for farming, because it was all around me. I am beyond excited to have the opportunity to write for CAFNR Corner Post this semester, so I can get more writing experience and continue to learn more about the agriculture industry. I’m ready to take on this semester, and I can’t wait to see what adventures await me here at the Zou!

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