Join Founder and Host Marji Alaniz in thoughtful conversations to connect and inspire the FarmHer in all of us.
A Christmas Giving Spirit All Year Round
Meet FarmHer Melissa O'Neil! Melissa is CEO of Iowa's largest homeless shelter, Central Iowa Shelter & Services, in downtown Des Moines. Melissa embodies the Christmas spirit all year round by dedicating her life to those in need and encouraging others to do the same.
A Food Truck Fueled A Local Farm
Listen in how Jen Welch at The Crowded Acre takes local bacon (and more) from pig to plate with a nose-to-tail dining experience in her farms own food truck. During this episode, Jen shares how farmers can be successful on small farms and how the Welch family has grown up alongside The Crowded Acre's chickens, ducks, pigs, goats, and more. Note: The Bearded Lady has closed since filming this show, but the hard work, determination, and love that went into it remains.
Being Yourself is the Best Self You Can Be
In pride month and every month, we at FarmHer believe being yourself is the best self you can be. Be who you are. And love who you want to be. Whether you are a part of the LGBTQ+ community or need advice on how to be a better, more supportive ally, this Nationwide Everybody Eats podcast is for you because love is love.
Both of our guests are “Cultivating Change", literally as members of the Cultivating Change Foundation. Cultivating Change Foundation’s mission is “valuing and elevating LGBTQ+ agriculturists through advocacy, education, and community.” Our guests, Lydia Noyes, and Skyler Allison do just that.
Take a listen as we learn more about their FarmHer journey, what they do for the foundation, and their advice on being a supportive member or ally to the LGBTQ+ community.
Learning Butchery with RanchHers
Steak, cheeseburgers, and ribs... oh my! On this episode of our podcast, travel to Texas to meet women of Grrls Meat Camp! From ranching to butchery, they cover it all. On this FarmHer Talks episode, we visit the Manterola family at the Bar W Ranch cattle pens. Then head to Jake's Salon to meet Grrls Meat Camp founder, Kate Hill and make charcuterie. It's one meaty episode you don't want to miss!
How To Make a Farm Last 100 Years
Have you ever wondered, how do farms last for generations? Catch a ride with April Hemmes as she shares about her century farm. This FarmHer teaches us how she has kept her family farm alive and going.
How to Make the Perfect Pie Crust
From pigs to pies, Iowa FarmHer Cristen Clark goes from feeding pigs to baking pie at her food blog, Food and Swine. Join this mother of two as she shows and shares her love for family, farming and cooking. Then, learn her tips on the best pear pie and pie crust you've ever tasted.
There’s nothing like a FarmHer ❤️ 🐄
Listening to “The show must go on” broughtTears to my eyes. As a farm girl who grew up showing cows, I know first hand how special, memorable and important those years were. The women that stepped up to create an event where people could still show off their livestock and experience their version of the fair. It was awesome to hear. I love this podcast and how Marji is sharing the stories of FarmHers in agriculture. Farming It truly is becoming a lost “art.” Well done. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
I just love farmher it is the best tv show EVER and podcast 😀
Great production value!
Seriously, thank you for putting in the effort to create a quality podcast. It’s much more enjoyable to listen. 👌