RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" and enables WBOC and other content distributors to publish news feeds (stories, videos, and photos) on the Web that change throughout the day. RSS feeds enable people to keep up-to-date on the news from the publishers that interest them the most - as it happens.
RSS is possible through a software language made for the Internet called "XML" - which stands for eXtensible Markup Language. XML is the engine. The RSS feed is the content. Your Internet browser or RSS Reader (sometimes called an aggregator) is the window into this content. RSS feeds are free to subscribers.
To subscribe, simply click on the below content area(s) that you are interested in subscribing to, and follow the instructions to add
to your news reader:
|Beef Today- AgWeb|
|Dairy Today- AgWeb|
|Farm Journal- AgWeb|
|Legacy Project- AgWeb|
|USDA Agricultural Research Service|
|USDA-National Agricultural Statistics Service|
|USDA Economic Research Service-What's New|
|USDA Avian Influenza Weblog|
|Improve Agriculture- News|
|Agriculture Online-Successful Farming|
Click here for more information about RSS and how to use it.