New Episodes of FarmHER and RanchHER Now Airing on RFD-TV!

FarmHer host Kirbe Schnoor in a field of corn filming on location for FarmHer Season 6.

Meet Our New Host Kirbe Schnoor, a California Born and Bred FarmHER

Kirbe grew up on a farm in Central Valley, California. “We used to do a lot of diverse crops and now it’s just strictly almonds,” she said. “I grew up bailing hay with my dad and my sisters, going through the tomato fields, the corn fields, you name it. California in the Central Valley, there’s a lot of diversity of agriculture, from produce to nuts to hay… all I’ve ever known is agriculture and farming.”

As a child, Kirbe also started a small Angus herd on the family farm with her two sisters, and by age nine, she was showing livestock on the county, state, and national levels. In high school, she joined FFA and entered her projects at some of the biggest shows in the country. She earned the Golden Bear Award multiple times at the California State Fair, one of the fair’s highest honors, for her substantial contributions.

Kirbe went on to attend Fresno State, where she got her degree in broadcast journalism. She then moved from California to Cowtown (Fort Worth, Texas) to take a job in agricultural reporting at Superior Livestock Auction. She worked her way up to hosting a 30-minute live broadcast show discussing the cattle market and industry fluctuations. She not only served as an on-air host at Superior but also played an instrumental role in the show The American Rancher, shooting, editing, and producing the 30-minute series that aired on RFD-TV. From there, she worked as the resident western lifestyle host and agriculture reporter for The Cowboy Channel.

Kirbe has worn many hats at TCC and RFD-TV. She reports at livestock shows across the country, was a staple host on the TCC Tailgate Party during the National Finals Rodeo, The American, and Road to the Horse, and has spent summers traveling to rodeos to do sideline reporting.

From the fields to the red carpet, she’s covered every aspect of Western life and culture. But her true passion is telling the stories of America’s farmers and ranchers — educating viewers about the agriculture and livestock industry, where their food comes from, the clothes on their backs, and the hardworking people who make it all possible!

Kirbe’s commitment to and passion for agriculture has never wavered. She’s served on the boards of the National Junior Angus Association, California Water Coalition, Texas 4-H Foundation, The Fort Worth Herd, and many others.

Now she finds herself back on the road, telling the stories she loves most as the host of FarmHer!

Megan Shanley of Shanley Farms on the FarmHer TV show

“I think I’m most excited about being the host of FarmHer because it’s taking me back to my roots,” Kirbe said. “This is a way for me to give back to the industry, give back to my family, and be a FarmHer in my own right.”

Learn more about Kirbe on our YouTube Channel. You can also connect with her on Instagram!

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