• Shining Bright E22 | Emily Roush

April 25, 2018

Emily Roush is a FarmHer from Kansas who won the Haney Scholarship last year and received not only $1000 to go towards her business but won a ticket to the 2018 'I am FarmHer event'. She is a self-described one-woman show, from swine midwife to accountant and feed slinger to social media manager, hear Emily’s lessons in entrepreneurship on Shining Bright. Hosted by Marji Guyler-Alaniz and guest co-host Carly Cummings.

Emily Roush owns and operates R Family Farms, a small, outdoor-based Berkshire hog farm near Lebanon, Kansas, along side her husband. When she's not busy taking care of all aspects of the pigs from feeding to farrowing, she is direct marketing their heritage pork into local customers' homes and grocery stores and trying to bridge the gap between farmers and consumers by sharing their story on social media.




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