Purdue Extension has a tradition of using the latest technologies to get information to the people who need it. RSS feeds are one more way for Extension to help people tap into the university's expertise.
How to use Purdue News Feeds
Purdue Agriculture News Feeds are available in list format to display the headlines directly on your Web site or as XML feeds for RSS newsreaders.
In addition to the above feeds, Purdue Extension offers these feeds on a monthly basis.
Headline list: Our headline list means you can feature the latest Purdue Agriculture news on your Web site. Simply add one line of code to your site and our RSS feeds will appear on your page. To use the headline list, simply paste the following script on your Web site's code where you want the feed to appear.
What is RSS?
What tools do I need to use RSS?
- RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It's is an, easy way for you to receive up-to-date news about topics that interest you without the hassle of spam messages. Instead of visiting several Web sites every day the sites send information directly to you, on topics you indicate. RSS feeds usually contain article headlines, summaries and links back to the full-text article.
How do I subscribe to Purdue Agriculture's RSS?
- To receive RSS feeds you need a program known as a "news reader" or "aggregator." The program displays RSS feeds from Web sites you select. Many of these RSS readers are available, some free of charge. There are also Web-based news readers. To find a reader, search for "RSS reader" or "RSS aggregator" in the search engine of your choice.
- To sign up for RSS feeds from Purdue Agriculture, select the topic(s) that interest you from the list at the top of this page. Click on the XML button and follow the instructions in your particular news reader.