Michele Talks to Real Women in Ag

Michele Payn-Knoper, one of North America's leading farm and food advocates, talks to Rita, a real woman in ag and dairy farmer who loves to share her farm story, especially with moms. Click to hear more about sharing your farm story!

 
Michele Payn-Knoper is a farm girl, mom, and one of North America's leading farm and food advocates. She authored a two-sided book, No More Food Fights!, to bring civility to the conversations around the food plate. She's also a technology addict who founded #AgChat & #FoodChat. Michele resides on a small farm in Indiana with her daughter and a few head of registered Holsteins. You can find MPK at causematters.com, on Twitter @mpaynknoper or on Facebook.

 

 

 

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