There are lots of agriculturalists who double as internet fitness gurus, and they have practical solutions for healthy living that can fit into even the busiest of rural lifestyles.
While COVID-19 has forced consumer habits to change significantly, it has not changed the importance of tracking and understanding consumer trends.
Meet the Lepp sisters, fourth-generation farmers and rising Instagram influencers as @thetulepps. They’re breaking the molds of farmers and women.
CIBO complies free and pre-purchased public information and runs it through advanced simulations, models, and logarithms to create simplified evaluations.
Relating to people on a personal level through admitting internal conflict can turn an enemy into an adversary, says ag communicator Vance Crowe.
Women are directly involved in on-farm operations than ever, so it makes sense that we are seeing an uptick in women leading agriculture groups nationwide.
In 2018, Minnesota-raised Becca Kufrin embarked on “The Bachelorette” and found love and laughter with adventurer and outdoorsman Garrett Yrigoyen.
Freight Farms partnered with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory to explore the integration of CRISPR tomato seed genetics in a climate-controlled vertical farm setting.
Agriculture is its own culture, its own community. That community is built by those involved in the industry. But women in agriculture have a special ability to foster and build that community. Courtenay DeHoff, a television host and woman in agriculture, recently featured an Ag Women series on her podcast, “Cowgirl Problems,” and highlighted parts […]
Farmer John Stahl has partnered with Draught Works brewery in Missoula, Montana, to pick up free spent grain to supplement his livestock feed.