Do you offer paid time off to your farm employees? This is a popular topic of discussion in Successful Farming's Women in Ag Facebook group.
"We have employees asking for paid leave," Jenny E. writes. "Last year everyone wanted fewer hours and more pay, and we did that for them. I'm not sure what to do. Putting in robotic milkers is starting to look really good."
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A large wildfire that started near Anderson Creek in Woods County, Oklahoma, March 22, spreading to Comanche and Barber Counties in Kansas, has burned 397,420 acres in those two states.
Successful Farming recently welcomed a dozen women to Meredith Corporation headquarters in Des Moines for a Women in Ag roundtable discussion.
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Date night may seem like an optional activity, but making time for each other is essential.
The Women in Ag on Facebook share the moments that stole their hearts.
Transition planning is optional ... kind of. If you don’t really value your family relationships and don’t mind if the farm continues in the family, then that may be true. For most women in ag, this is not the case. Preserving family and perpetuating a farm legacy are #1 and #2 in importance to many women.
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