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FarmHer: Photographing Women in Ag By: 05/13/2014 @ 5:44pm

Marji Guyler-Alaniz is documenting farm women at work.

Oats know WHAT, exactly? By: 07/09/2014 @ 3:27pm

If you've been around agricultural commodity futures for a while, you've probably heard the old adage, "Oats…

8 Adorable Farm Kids By: 05/21/2014 @ 12:37pm

This a collection of photos submitted by Farmers for the Future users.

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Farm Moms Discuss Hot-Button Issues By: 05/16/2014 @ 2:23pm

This week, a group of five regional and national winners of Monsanto's "America's Farmers Mom of the Year" award visited Successful Farming magazine's headquarters in Des Moines. The moms…

FarmHer: Focusing on women in agriculture By: 05/13/2014 @ 4:41pm

Flip through the ag section of your local newspaper, and chances are you'll see photos of men in the field, livestock, and machinery. But where are the women? That's the question Marji…

Savor Springtime By: 05/13/2014 @ 11:53am

Spring on the farm: green grass, tulips, redbud and lilac blossoms, baby lambs, and calves. After the ninth coldest winter on record, new life on the farm and the prospects of a new growing season make us…

Groom daughters as CEOs By: 05/12/2014 @ 11:53am

By Mark Andrew JunkinMany fathers would harshly criticize anyone at the coffee shop who said their daughters couldn’t farm. Too often, what they say and do are completely different!  In families with…

The Life of Pie By: 03/16/2014 @ 9:37pm

Pie is riding high. For far too long, it languished at the back of the culinary showcase, while cupcakes and other dessert crazes gained the limelight. Pie-making workshops and parties are the rage today…

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America's Farm Moms: Carol Cowen

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