• Meet the Newest FarmHer Team Member

April 19, 2018

FarmHer was built on the idea of connecting people and developing relationships that evoke change. As the company grows, it was clear that there was an opportunity for someone to develop more opportunities that women in agriculture can be supported.  Beth Loberg-Lutter is a Nebraska native and has spent her life as a FarmHer, working for various agricultural companies and working on her family’s farm. 

She’ll primarily be focused on working with business relations and is now the Sales and Relationship Representative. Until you get to meet her in person, Beth shared a little bit of insight below.


1. What is your background in agriculture?

I grew up on a row crop farm in Northeast Nebraska. We raised corn, soybeans and hogs, and I spent my summers shoveling manure and servicing pivots. After high school, I attended Iowa State University and graduated with a degree in Journalism and minors in agronomy and horticulture. Prior to FarmHer, I worked in ag marketing and sales for over a decade. Ten years ago my husband and I also moved back to my hometown to be involved in my family’s farming operation and raise our kids in the country, similar to how we both grew up.

Beth is the 5th generation on her family's farm and is pictured with her mom and brother in front of the first pivots her grandpa put up in northeast Nebraska. Read more about her family's farm here


2. Why FarmHer and what attracted you to the company?

I’ve long-followed FarmHer, and like many others, have been inspired by the stories of grace and strength shown by the women in ag that were featured. My mom has always been the backbone of our farming operation, and growing up, I didn’t always appreciate that. But as I have grown in this industry, and as the mom of three young girls myself, I see the opportunity for women in this space. I love celebrating the contributions women in ag have made so far, while also inspiring each other to keep growing and learning. I’m thrilled to be part of the FarmHer team to help further the company mission.


3. What are you most looking forward to while being a part of the FarmHer team?

I can’t wait to connect and meet more folks who share a love for this industry! I’m really looking forward to sharing stories, learning from industry leaders, and helping each other reach goals.

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