• Shining Bright E34 | FarmHerd + IamFarmHer Recap

July 18, 2018 1 Comment

The FarmHerd may be short of sleep but they're not short of excitement as they discuss the I am FarmHer event. Listen as they laugh about funny stories, share their takeaways from the amazing speakers, and get the latest details from FarmHer.

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August 01, 2018

This is such an interesting show. I live in a medium size town of mixed college and industrial people, surrounded by lots of farmland in east central Indiana. I was telling a couple of farmer’s market vendors about FarmHer. Ellen Brinkman’s farm is near Selma, Indiana. She is a free range livestock farmer and sells really good beef. She might be a person you’d be interested in. She just calls it Brinkman’s Farm – not to be confused with
anything Brinkman’s from Ohio.

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