Join Founder and Host Marji Alaniz in thoughtful conversations to connect and inspire the FarmHer in all of us.
How To Successfully Transition on the Family Farm
Are you or someone you know born into a generational family farm? Do you and your family know what will happen to the farm if tragedy were to strike? On this HitchPin sponsored FarmHer Talks, Marji chats with three ladies who have successfully been through the good, the bad, and the ugly of farm transition planning with their families. HitchPin helps farm families be innovative and this conservation is right up that alley. First, we'll meet with Amy and Beth Macrcoot, the sister duo behind Marcoot Jersey Creamery in Illinois. Then we'll talk with Erin Leifker, Chief Experience Officer at FarmHer who was raised on her family farm and now owns it alongside her husband. Join us for this conversation centered around farm transition planning and why it is so important to have with your family. https://bit.ly/3xXrOtN
Pride Month: How To Be Your True Authentic Self and an Ally to the LGBTQ+ Community
In pride month, and every month really, we at FarmHer believe you do you. Be who you are. And love who you want to. This is a month of advocacy and celebration when the LGBTQ+ community from across the world comes together and celebrates the freedom to be themselves.
Whether you are a part of the LGBTQ+ community and want to make a difference or be your true self in the agriculture community, or need advice on how to be a supportive ally, this Nationwide Everybody Eats podcast is for you because love is love.
Mental Health Matters
It's #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth! Join in the conversation as we talk to Sara Coen, a licensed mental health therapist from Iowa about what we can all do to help ourselves and others when it comes to being emotionally healthy on this week's episode of FarmHer Talks.
Bonus Episode: Silo the Film Coming to a Theater Near You
This week on FarmHer Talks we're diving into a deep topic centering around safety on the farm. We’ll start with Sam Goldberg, producer of the feature-length film, Silo on his why and how and what he hopes we all can learn from his film to celebrate the film being released worldwide today, May 7th. Find it in a theater near you! Then we’ll hear from Marilyn Adams, a FarmHer who has lived out this horrible tragedy.
Finding Your Place as a Woman in Agriculture Leadership
As the number of people in agriculture grows smaller but the footprint to feed grows larger, it is imperative that people put themselves out there by participating in leadership roles. People like Sue Tronchetti. She wears a number of hats, including FarmHer, small business owner, and leader on many boards in the agriculture industry. Learn more about her journey, tips on how to get involved, and the valuable lessons learned on this Nationwide #EverybodyEats FarmHer Talks episode.
You Are Not Alone
On this episode of FarmHer Talks, we are focusing on mental health, an issue that is becoming a problem in agriculture. Within the agriculture industry, suicide rates have increased by 40% within the last two decades. Together, we all can elevate this conversation and bring awareness to the topic. Join Marji as she talks to Adrienne DeSutter about how you can help and the hope she has for rural communities and the agriculture industry.
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. 👌