Lyndsey Smith Rejoins Real Agriculture
Smith returns to the content creation team this September
Picture Butte, AB. – July 18, 2016 – RealAgriculture is pleased to announce that Lyndsey Smith will be returning to the company as a member of the content creation team. Lyndsey will step in for Debra Murphy who is going on leave at the beginning of September.
“As a premier Canadian ag journalist, Lyndsey has proven she can provide opinion on issues impacting farmers in a manner that provokes thought and gets people talking,” says Shaun Haney, founder of RealAgriculture.com.
When deciding on who to add to the team, Haney says it made complete sense to reach into the past to build the future. “One of the things RealAgriculture values is personality and Lyndsey has exactly that. She brings such energy and enthusiasm to her coverage of Canadian agriculture. She has played a large role in the success of RealAg, and we are very pleased to have her return.
“The RealAgriculture.com brand is based on our knowledge of real-life agriculture and conveying it all in an informative, entertaining manner. Having direct knowledge of primary agriculture is a requirement to be on our content team and Lyndsey’s love of agriculture fits perfectly,” Haney says.
RealAgriculture continues to grow in its commitment to providing leading-edge agricultural content to broadacre and livestock communities. The website and new mobile app platforms include video, podcasts, blogs, farm show coverage, current events, and production education.
Lyndsey will be based in eastern Ontario providing commentary on agronomy, politics, and news items for the audience across Canada. The balance of the RealAg content team consists of: Kelvin Heppner, Debra Murphy, Bernard Tobin, Peter Johnson, and Shaun Haney.
“Without question the RealAgriculture team and the audience community are very excited to welcome Lyndsey back to RealAg,” says Haney.
Lyndsey joins RealAg in early September. Find her on Twitter as @RealLoudLyndsey.
RealAgriculture is focused on the issues that impact agriculture. Since 2008, the site has delivered opinions on issues so producers get not only the news but the insight into what the news means to their business. The company’s head office is in Picture Butte, Alberta with news bureaus across Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario.
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