Tell us your story!

Women in Ag is always looking for inspiring stories about women in agriculture worldwide.

Whether you are a farmer, a rancher, a saleswoman, an agricultural photographer or journalist, a scientist,… if your job is related to agriculture, we want to know your story!

We are currently looking for stories both for our magazine and for our website, more specifically:

  • Encounter: your story and the story of your farm, ranch or business.
  • Outsider: you are not a farmer or rancher, but you work in a field that is important for agriculture.
  • Hobby: what do you do outside of your agriculture-related job? Do you go tractorpulling on weekends, are you a rodeo queen, do you go race car driving or waterskiing,…? We want to know all about your second passion!

Do you have an interesting story to tell? Would you like to get featured in our magazine and/or our website? Do you have an good topic to suggest we had not thought of yet? Get in touch!

 

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