Gone are the days when a help wanted ad would bring potential employees flocking to your door. Today, you have to get creative to recruit the right prospects.
If you hire anyone under the age of 18 to work on your farm, there are some things you need to know.
Meet some of the farm women photographed by Marji Guyler-Alaniz for her FarmHer project.
What does spring look like in your neck of the woods? Browse these springtime snapshots from the Women in Ag.
At age 50, Mary Powell is finally her own boss, waging war on weeds with her herd of goats.
More than 3,300 Ohio fourth- and fifth-grade students have taken virtual field trips to pig farms throughout their state over the past year, and the trend is catching on.
Arthritis threatened to end Gerry Wesener's days in the dairy parlor, but a grant for renovations has allowed her to keep working.
If you were going to write a 'Farming for Dummies' book, what's one sentence you would put in it?
Chores are good for kids, but it's important to choose them carefully. Keep kids safe by assigning tasks that fit their physical and developmental growth stages.
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."