The Chaneys are proud to announce that "The Chaney Twins' Ag Books and Lesson Plans have been added to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agriculture In The Classroom Resource Directory. The books and lesson plans were also Featured resources on the USDA Ag In The Classroom Website for the Month of May, 2012! The books are also on the American Farm Bureau recommended list for Ag Literacy.
is holding you back from pursuing your dreams? How could your life be
different if you took a few more risks? What will you miss out on if you
A dream year of working in the Australian Outback offered me more
adventures than I had ever imagined, and I challenge you all to reach
for your own dreams."
- Becky Chaney
“I had the joy of listing to a speaker, Rebecca Long Chaney, on her book
- “Bulldust In My Bra.” Her book takes you on a journey with her and her
husband to a time and place when life was simple, yet complicated, difficult, but
challenging, and how to overcome the thoughts and fears that get in the way of
our obtaining our dreams.
Rebecca has been able to obtain her dream, to grow
as a person from her experience, and conquer the fears that would have stopped
most of us from going on the journey. A journey about living. It’s a
journey about not giving up and getting more.
Read her book, listen to her speak,
and see what the message of life is all about. Laugh with her, cry with her,
and watch her grow as a person. It’s a lesson we all can learn from. Take the
journey with her.....”
— Jo Brown, Lewistown Ruritan
“I just heard Rebecca speak at the Women In Ag conference in Kearney,
Nebraska. I was captivated from the moment she started. I could listen to
stories about this adventure forever.”
— Beth Nickerson, Women In Agriculture, Kearney, Nebraska
Local Authors Win Literary Award
Sheridan Chaney, left, proudly holds the Award
Certificate she and her twin sister Rianna Chaney recently received for
writing an agricultural education children's book, “Mini Milk Maids on
the Mooove.” Rianna is holding the book that earned the girls the Ohio
Farm Bureau Federation's 2010 Children's Literature Award recognizing
the Chaney twins for an important contribution to American Literature
and American agriculture.