RSS--Get Tobacco Farm Quarterly's Breaking News automatically
RSS is a convenient way to get the news and information that matters most to you quickly and easily, without having to search all over the Web.
What is an RSS feed?
Using very simple, easy-to-use, free or low-cost software called an RSS reader, you can have all the latest headlines from Tobacco Farm Quarterly delivered to your desktop automatically. When your reader displays a headline of interest, click the headline and you'll be whisked to the Tobacco Farm Quarterly web site for the full story. With RSS you no longer have to visit Tobacco Farm Quarterly to check for new updates--you simply open up your reader and see all the headlines from all your selected sources in a matter of seconds.
The Tobacco Farm Quarterly RSS-feed makes keeping up with the information that matters to you easy.
Do I need an RSS reader?
If you're using Internet Explorer 7.x your browser has the technology to read the Tobacco Farm Quarterly Breaking News feed. When you come to the Tobacco Farm Quarterly home page, click on the icon and you'll be linked automatically to the RSS feed.
If you're not using Internet Explorer 7.x then your best alternative is to download and install an RSS reader on your computer's desktop.
Where can I get an RSS reader?
New RSS readers are being developed every day. Here is our favorite: http://www.rssreader.com/download.htm
After you've downloaded and installed the reader on your desktop, you'll need to click the "Add New Feed" button and paste in http://tfq.itsmyiq.com/rss/feed.rss.