Tapping into trends, we took on two topics that dominated the nation’s cultural psyche: the COVID-19 pandemic and what it means to be Black in America.
International Women’s Day is a day celebrating the social, economic, and political achievements of women — everything that makes up a woman in agriculture.
The analysis shows that more female-owned farms are found where average farm size is below 50 acres and where agritourism activities are more common.
Farmers Edge’s CEO explores what’s on the cusp of farming and gives his predictions for what 2021 may look like for the agriculture industry.
KEY Apparel, NY Farm Girls, and American Agri-Women have joined together to bring awareness to the “Face of a Female Farmer”.
The 2017 Census of Agriculture reports that there are more women directly involved in operations than in previous years. Why does this matter? Because when you can see others who look like you accomplish something, it gives you the hope, drive, and the desire to succeed as well. A quote from FarmHer is, “Images change […]
The numbers never lie, except when they do. The last Census of Agriculture, conducted in 2012, showed us that the number of women in the industry has declined. While that’s true based on the questions that the National Agricultural Statistics Service asked, it doesn’t fully capture women’s roles on American agriculture. “Women across the board […]