Denice Rackley

Content Strategist, Copy Editor, Ghostwriter, Photographer, Writer

Agriculture and Animal Health writer. I focus on educational, entertaining and encouraging content for veterinary, animal health and agriculture businesses, magazines and individuals.

I am an educator and storyteller at heart that uses my veterinary technician and livestock production experience to write for the ag and animal health industries and individuals. My content helps you build loyalty and trust with your unique audience. I am a regular contributor to Sheep, Acres USA, and Stockman Grass Farmer and Gallagher Animal Management North America. I also write for other publications and local businesses.
Categories
Content Types
Ad/Promotional Copy, Article, Blog Post, Case Study, Ebook, Website Copy
More Information
Univ of Cincinnati, BS in Biology, AS in Veterinary Technology
Indiana|English
Publications

Published Content

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women taking stock.pdf
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women taking stock.pdf
success with stockdogs - three keys.pdf
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success with stockdogs - three keys.pdf

Stock Dog Training

Just Add Sheep - Ruminants Benefit Row Crop Operations.pdf
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Just Add Sheep - Ruminants Benefit Row Crop Operations.pdf

Benefits of Adding Sheep to Organic Farms

August17_Stock&Flock_Four-Legged-Peace-of-Mind.pdf
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Article
August17_Stock&Flock_Four-Legged-Peace-of-Mind.pdf

Livestock Guardain Dogs - Four Legged Peace of Mind Part of a three-part series for Acres USA

August, 1 2017
Kansas City’s Agriculture Roots Run Deep: Cowtown Turned Animal Health & Technology Center
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Kansas City’s Agriculture Roots Run Deep: Cowtown Turned Animal Health & Technology Center

Article for Gallagher's 80th anniversary in Kansas City that is both entertaining and educational focused on the history and growth of Kansas City.

Heat Stroke Prevention, Warning Signs and Treatment.pdf
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Blog Post
Heat Stroke Prevention, Warning Signs and Treatment.pdf

Heat Stress Blog post

July, 1 2018
Managed Grazing: Learn Quickly, Fail Cheaply and Maintain Flexibility
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Managed Grazing: Learn Quickly, Fail Cheaply and Maintain Flexibility

Interview with pasture and range specialist for Noble Institute Hugh Aljoe

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