September 14, 2023 / Amy Bluhm
Mother nature can be cruel. Joan reflects on the extra measures that can prevent the grief and hardship of losing cattle. Our cattle have an incredible purpose: To nourish us and countless others as food. My job is to care for them on our feedlot…
June 1, 2023 / Amy Bluhm
Newborn calves on cattle farms are precious and miraculous. Helping their mamas labor is intimidating and essential. Kellie Blair brings you into that mixed-emotion experience on the blog today from Iowa.
February 22, 2023 / Amy Bluhm
As a business owner, wife, and mom, Wrenn’s world is in constant motion. She’s bravely sharing the returns on investing in her mental health in hopes that others will be brave as well.
December 1, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Being a mother, farmer and female entrepreneur is no easy task. Katie finds the reward is far worth the effort.
October 27, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Even while fighting cancer, my mom was constantly making sure that everyone and everything was taken care of from the cattle to the kids.
October 18, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
What was vital to Krista’s battle with breast cancer? Good habits for her mental health.
October 11, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Love often moves us to invest in the future. For Emma, her family’s love has created a legacy of commitment.
September 27, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Despite Carla’s zeal for an intense and busy life, fall is her craziest season of all because of harvest.
March 31, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Seeing what Samantha, a preemie born at 29 weeks, has already overcome gives her mom Gina hope for future women farmers.
March 16, 2022 / Amy Bluhm
Women can feel pressure to fill a mold that doesn’t fit. Yet we have great role models who show us how to forge a new path that does.