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At FARMENERGYNEWS.com, we also welcome –– and highly enourage –– your direct contribution and input to this multi-media and on-line site

We want to hear from you on what you may be doing to generate and/or conserve energy use on your farm, as well as your home.

Besides following some of the guidelines that you see on this page (right-hand column), here are some other points to consider:

Note: We reserve the right to use our editorial discretion/judgement when publishing your opinion/editorial piece on this web site.



OPINION / EDITORIAL

We also welcome queries on submitting Opionion/Editorial columns as well.

Please try to keep length between 750 to 900 words and keep the focus on current topics/issues as much as possible.

If you would like to submit such material, please e-mail to:

editorial@farmenergynews.com

Note: We reserve the right to use our editorial discretion/judgement when publishing your opinion/editorial piece on this web site.



FARM ENERGY NEWS BLOG

Also, don't forget to visit our Farm Energy News Blog and participate by submitting material, joining in discussions and offering feedback.

You can also link to the Farm Energy News Blog on the home page (just scroll down to near the bottom of the page).



IDEAS AND / OR SUGGESTIONS

I also welcome your ideas and/or suggestions about the editorial content and direction of this web site so that it can serve farmers and producers better and the overall industry.

Please go to: CONTACT US

 

Submission Guidelines for Farm Energy News.com

To have your company's news releases and other pertinent information considered for publication on FARM ENERGY NEWS.COM, please follow these basic guidelines:

Note: We reserve the right to use our editorial discretion/judgement when publishing your product and news releases on this web site.



SUBMISSION SUGGESTIONS FOR FARM ENERGY NEWS.COM

  • COMPANY / PERSONNEL NEWS

    For consideration, please feel free to send us short news releases (with a digital photo) pertaining to pertinent company announcements and personnel changes, promotions, and professional recognition/achievements.

  • NEW PRODUCT / SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

    News releases (with applicable digital photo) about new products as well as new or innovative or expanded services offered to the agricultural and forest industry are also welcome.

  • SPECIAL MEETINGS / CONFERENCES

    Announcements about upcoming international, national, state, regional and local meetings or conferences are also encouraged. Please allow as much lead time as possible before the actual event when sending us the annoucement(s) for consideration.

  • RESEARCH PROJECTS

We're especially interested in fundamental and/or applied research projects that may have on-farm applications, but we also highly encourage you to submit news releases about on-going research relating to renewable energy, energy management and the bio-based economy movement.



TIPS ON SENDING IMAGES AS ATTACHMENTS VIA E-MAIL

No matter which method you use to send your photos, follow these simple guidelines for best results.

  • SEND SMALL FILES

    If files are too large, the recipient's e-mail program may not accept them, or it may take a long time for the photos to download. Files under 500k are best. If you're not sure how big your images are, you can view the file size within the e-mail program after you've attached them to an e-mail. You can also check file sizes by right-clicking on an image file on your PC, then choosing Properties from the menu.

  • USE JPEG FORMAT

    JPEG is a universal image format that reduces your photo file sizes for easy electronic sending. When you download your photos from your HP camera into HP Photosmart Premier or HP Photosmart Essential they are in JPEG format already.

  • LIMIT YOUR ATTACHMENTS

    Your entire e-mail should have no more than 1MB of files attached; that's two photos at 500k each. If you'd like to send more images, send them in several e-mails.