Casey Cox | Season 3 | Episode 4 | A FarmHer Conserving and Preserving

Casey Cox | Season 3 | Episode 4 | A FarmHer Conserving and Preserving

September 24, 2018 1 Comment

In agriculture and farming we don’t always think of the water first, but without the water, there is no life.  There are no plants, there are no animals. In south Georgia, I met a young farmher who is as passionate about the water as she is about the land. Casey Cox has a love of the water that propels her as a farmer. 

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Katie Sistrunk | Season 3 | Episode 3 | A Sweet Business

Katie Sistrunk | Season 3 | Episode 3 | A Sweet Business

September 17, 2018

From seeing and learning how sugarcane flows in the field to how it is processed was so unique and interesting, especially for a product that most use every day. Then, seeing the family business that has built around the industry and the care and concern they put into their product, made the day even sweeter.

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Amy Trout | Season 3 | Episode 1 | A Lifelong Passion

Amy Trout | Season 3 | Episode 1 | A Lifelong Passion

September 03, 2018 2 Comments

Amy Trout is a FarmHer with a lot of history with working horses. Seventeen years ago she made her way onto a Budweiser hitch out of San Antonio and traveled the road, working on the hitch. Today she spends her time training young horses for the icon Budweiser Clydesdale hitch.

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2018 'I am FarmHer' Recap

2018 'I am FarmHer' Recap

July 06, 2018

The second annual 'I am FarmHer' event included 160 amazing ladies from 21 different states. The three-day event was a success but if you could not make it to Kansas City, read below for the recap.

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Recipe Corner | Hobbs Farm Kale, Sprout & Quinoa Salad

Recipe Corner | Hobbs Farm Kale, Sprout & Quinoa Salad

June 20, 2018

If you only ever try one recipe posted by Farmer, this is the one you'll want to try. This recipe comes straight from the kitchen of Annette Lee and Nicole Carrier, the Co-Founders of Throwback Brewery in North Hampton, New Hampshire.

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5 Things You Didn't Know About FarmHer

5 Things You Didn't Know About FarmHer

June 18, 2018 2 Comments

You know and love FarmHer but here are 5 things that you maybe didn't know about FarmHer!

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Best of Season 2

Best of Season 2

May 14, 2018

From wine in California to oysters in Maine and a little basketball lesson in between, FarmHer continues to be an absolutely amazing journey. For Season Two of FarmHer on RFD-TV, we traveled across 12 states to tell the stories of 38 women, ages 1-87. 

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I am FarmHer Event | Visit Kansas City!

I am FarmHer Event | Visit Kansas City!

May 10, 2018 2 Comments

Kansas City is home to a variety of fun activities and must-see attractions, including the 2018 I am FarmHer event! If you’re making the trip to spend a few days with the FarmHer team in June, make sure to check out these must-see and do activities for your time in the “City of Fountains”!

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What Hurricane Harvey can’t destroy

What Hurricane Harvey can’t destroy

May 02, 2018

August 25th 2017. That’s the day that changed my life. It was the day a storm took my families home, displacing my family (and extended family), destroying the home my little sister was buying from my parents, the home that my father built with his hands as he saved up money to build, the house I've called a home for almost 20 years.

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Joanna Fogg | Season 2 | Episode 18

Joanna Fogg | Season 2 | Episode 18

April 23, 2018

Joanna Fogg is a fisherman FarmHer.  Alongside her husband Jessie, the couple founded an oyster farm on the bay in Bar Harbor, Maine. Joanna grew up on the island and has always been connected to the water. I would even go as far as to say that the sea, is a part of her.  

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Jenni Tilton-Flood | Season 2 | Episode 16

Jenni Tilton-Flood | Season 2 | Episode 16

April 09, 2018

Jenni Tilton-Flood is a FarmHer through and through. Raised in a family and by a father who ran a John Deere dealership, she grew up helping farmers.  She met her husband at the Flood Brothers Farm on a parts delivery when she worked for her dad as a parts person. The rest is history. 

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Charlene Glover | Season 2 | Episode 15

Charlene Glover | Season 2 | Episode 15

April 02, 2018

Charlene Glover is a FarmHer with a vision. A number of years back, she realized that the options for local, fresh and healthy food in their community was lacking.  She saw it taking its toll on the health and wellness of those around her. As a pastor and woman engaged in the health and stability of the economy in Albany, GA, Charlene had a vision to help the people in her community to have an option for fresh, healthy food and she did just that. 

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