Erin Cumings |  Guest Blog |  Surrounded by a Sea of Blue

Erin Cumings | Guest Blog | Surrounded by a Sea of Blue

October 21, 2018 1 Comment

Read a guest blog from FarmHer Erin Cumings as she reminices about her FFA days and looks forward to the FarmHer Grow event at the 91st annual FFA convention!

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Jenni and Jodi | Season 3 | Episode 7 |  Farming Full Circle

Jenni and Jodi | Season 3 | Episode 7 | Farming Full Circle

October 17, 2018 4 Comments

From roots in cattle and a passion for raising livestock in a way that mattered to them, they have created a successful and quickly growing business.  It hasn’t only brought growth to their family and farm, but also to the small town of Bluffton, GA.

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Where I Wouldn't Be; Five Years of FarmHer

Where I Wouldn't Be; Five Years of FarmHer

October 15, 2018

I altered the way the story was written in my head. I kept going and found my passion in FarmHer. Since then, I have pushed, climbed, scraped, and stumbled my way into something so much more for me, and for women everywhere.  

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Angel Forbes Simmons | Season 3 | Episode 6 | From Fur to Fabulous

Angel Forbes Simmons | Season 3 | Episode 6 | From Fur to Fabulous

October 09, 2018 7 Comments

Angel has found a way to not only keep the farm in the family but to bring the farm to life through the delicate animals and vibrant hues of her works. Angel brings beauty to everything she touches; from the animals she raises to the finished product, she brings color to the word FarmHer.

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Mental Health In Agriculture | Season 3 |  Episode 5 | Elevating the Discussion

Mental Health In Agriculture | Season 3 | Episode 5 | Elevating the Discussion

October 03, 2018 2 Comments

Some days are hard.  Some months and years are hard.  Have you ever felt like that?  You’re not alone.  Does someone you love struggle?  You are not alone in that either.

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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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Kate Dallam | Season 3 | Episode 3 | Meet Brooms Bloom Dairy

Kate Dallam | Season 3 | Episode 3 | Meet Brooms Bloom Dairy

September 18, 2018

Kate Dallam has spent much of her life as a FarmHer, though she could have never guessed where it would land her today.  Growing up on a farm in Maryland she grew a love for agriculture. 

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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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Gloria Varney | Season 3 | Episode 2 | Where Art Meets Agriculture

Gloria Varney | Season 3 | Episode 2 | Where Art Meets Agriculture

September 10, 2018 1 Comment

A trip to Nezinscot Farm near Turner, Maine will not only find you some amazingly delicious and healthy food, but it will also lead you to farmher Gloria Varney, the woman behind the goodness. 

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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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Take Time for Grain Safety | Guest Blog by AgriSafe

Take Time for Grain Safety | Guest Blog by AgriSafe

August 27, 2018

Anticipating harvest season is a feeling many of us share.  My memories of harvest are full of unique stories, twists and turns, disappointments and celebrations, conflict and compassion, aches and pain, love and family.  If you produce grain you may experience the magical transformation of a seed into grain, grain into final harvest.  It is an all hands on deck mindset and the adrenaline rush keeps us working until harvest is complete.

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Recipe Corner | Belgian Waffles

Recipe Corner | Belgian Waffles

August 10, 2018

These waffles are a classic staple to start any day off right. A seventh generation FarmHer, Tori Streitmatter from Illinois, shares these Belgian Waffles as her favorite recipe!

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