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Women in Ag Four Blogs to Follow in 2022

March 03, 2022 7:00 a.m.

In a primarily male-dominated business, hearing from these driven, intelligent, and gritty women is inspiring and a good reminder that agriculture is an industry where everyone can find success. Read these four blogs run by experienced and qualified women. Read more from the perspective of women in agriculture, farm owners, and business experts.

Women in Ag

A sector of Successful Farming, “Women in Ag” was created to be a space for farm women from all walks of life to connect and learn from one another. The authors of the blog are women who comprise a variety of roles in the agricultural industry.


  • How-To
  • Agriculture News
  • Inspirational Stories
  • Personal Anecdotes
  • Ag Marketing
  • Farm Life
  • Food

Common Ground

Common Ground is made up of a group of female farmers who discuss personal experience, scientific research, and in general, dig deeper into some of the common misconceptions about farming. The blog is funded by the National Corn Growers Association and the United Soybean Board.


  • Animal Welfare
  • Antibiotics
  • Corporate Farms
  • Farm Ownership
  • Food Prices and Safety
  • GMO’s and Hormones
  • Local and Organic Food
  • Sustainability

Women Food & Ag Network (WFAN)

WFAN was created to connect women in agriculture, encourage information exchange, and educate its followers. Although women own or co-own nearly half of the farmland in the Midwest, they are drastically under-represented. WFAN supports these and all women, giving them a space for collaboration.


  • Conferences
  • Harvesting Potential
  • Politics
  • Resources
  • Women Growers
  • Women Farm Profiles
  • Land and Legacy


More than just a blog, FarmHer is an online community that Marji Guyler-Alaniz founded for women in agriculture. The company has a clothing and accessory line, a television show, a blog, and hosts and attends events. The blog consists of several authors and touches on topics in all areas of agriculture. Be sure to check out their popular hashtags on social media: #FarmHer #GrowHer #RanchHer


  • Livestock Ranching
  • Fashion
  • Events
  • Crops
  • Agriculture by State
  • Personal Stories
  • Guest Bloggers
  • Rodeo
  • Dairy
  • Urban Farming