Women in Agriculture - Sneak Peek: Fall Issue 2017

We are putting the final touches on our 14th issue of Pink Tractor magazine, that features women farmers and women in agriculture.

The fall 2017 issue includes a round-up of chicken farmers from Ohio, Maryland and Georgia. You'll meet amazing women in farming: Jenny, Ann and Stacey; all who have been in the industry for various lengths of time and run commercial operations of different sizes.

Taking a peek into the lives of two women in agriculture from California, we'll visit with Wendy who serves as a middleman between pear growers and groceries while Dr. Kristina is a large animal veterinarian.

Jennifer sheds some light why sunflowers are a good fit in their North Dakota farm's crop rotation.

Celebrate women in agriculture! Don't miss out on reading these ladies' inspiring stories and much more in the next issue. Make sure to subscribe to Pink Tractor  by Monday, July 24 to receive your copy!

Call 800-626-6409 Monday through Friday between 8 AM and 5 PM EST or visit www.PinkTractor.com/Subscribe

 

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