Making Connections in Agriculture

written by wildrose
6 · 16 · 22

ex·pert

/ˈekˌspərt/
noun

  1. a person who has a comprehensive and authoritative knowledge of or skill in a particular area.

I had the opportunity to have a one-on-one conversation with the Founder and CEO of AGvisorPro, Robert Saik, about the barriers Women in Ag face when it comes to getting, and giving, knowledgeable advice.

Robert shared with me about the platform that “uberizes” knowledge and wisdom, enabling farmers to instantaneously connect with agriculture experts worldwide.

The AGvisorPRO app is the fastest-growing connectivity platform in agriculture. It gives farmers, ranchers and agri-businesses a seamless way to connect with ag industry experts anytime, anywhere. The beauty is that one can ask these questions anonymously, which is a big differentiator from other social platforms. 

Many folks in Ag, in particular Women in Agriculture, can feel a sense of imposter syndrome when it comes to seeking out the answers they need to grow their operations. Being able to connect one on one with an expert willing and ready to help can truly be a game changer.

Here are just a few of the benefits of using the AGvisorPRO app:

  • Expand your network
  • Confidently ask questions to our entire network of experts (completely anonymous)
  • Solve problems and get advice from TRUSTED experts
  • Save time and money on travel 
  • Communicate more efficiently: your interactions (audio, video, instant messaging and photo sharing) are archived for future reference

Ready to connect with a network of ag experts remotely, face-to-face, in real-time?

AGvisorPRO is FREE to download for iOS and Android. 

Katelyn Duban

Katelyn Duban

Farmer | Podcast Host | Coach

Welcome to Wild Rose Farmer! My name is Katelyn Duban and I am a first generation female farmer in Southern Alberta, Canada. I married into agriculture back in 2016 to my multigenerational farmer husband, affectionately known as Mr. Wild Rose Farmer. We live and grow on our families certified organic grain and oilseed operation. In the Spring and Summer seasons, I raise a small herd of meat goats and have previously raised bottle calves as well.

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