Shine a Spotlight on Women in Agriculture

When Pink Tractor magazine began, we were distributed in Kentucky. Now that we have coast-to-coast distribution, we are branching out in how we find our stories.

Up until now we've collected story leads from people we've networked with, met at farm shows or emailed us. While they've been great stories…we know there are many, many more to tell.

So this is where you can help steer the conversation!

Are you doing something unique?

Have you accomplished something?

Have you overcome an obstacle and want to offer support to others headed down a similar path?

Tell us about you.

Are you married to, work with or a student of an amazing woman in the ag industry?

Tell us about her.

Submit your nomination suggestions 24/7, via this simple online form. We're looking for women of all ages and backgrounds who work in the many areas of the agriculture industry -- farmers, mechanics, ranchers, agronomists, veterinarians, educators, aviators, agritourism, precision ag specialists…well, you get the idea.

We can't guarantee we'll be able to write about everyone whose name is submitted…but you'll certainly help us find, and tell, the unsung stories of the Farm Strong. Woman Smart. community!

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