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"My children, and healthy produce are my passion." - Kylie Gray #familyfarming #healthykids #womeninag #motherhood www.graygirlfarms.com

"My children, and healthy produce are my passion." - Kylie Gray #familyfarming #healthykids #womeninag #motherhood www.graygirlfarms.com

Strong women and farm women ROCK! May we know them, may we be them, may we raise them!

Strong women and farm women ROCK! May we know them, may we be them, may we raise them!

Farmers telling their story! "Advocacy in action: understanding the need for the conversation"

Farmers telling their story! "Advocacy in action: understanding the need for the conversation"

Yes, it can be tough to talk to a farmer…they’d likely rather be dealing with their land and animals, but will take the time to talk if you ask.

Yes, it can be tough to talk to a farmer…they’d likely rather be dealing with their land and animals, but will take the time to talk if you ask.

Find something you are passionate about, and don't give up on it. #agriculture #familyfarming #womeninag #motherhood www.graygirlfarms.com

Find something you are passionate about, and don't give up on it. #agriculture #familyfarming #womeninag #motherhood www.graygirlfarms.com

Agriculture is our future. Let’s lead it! -- Anne Alonzo, Administrator, USDA Agricultural Marketing Service

Agriculture is our future. Let’s lead it! -- Anne Alonzo, Administrator, USDA Agricultural Marketing Service

Farmers working together just makes sense.

Farmers working together just makes sense.

Illinois farms are, I have learned, for the most part (97%) family-owned businesses. In talking to farmers, I realized that their way of life is something that has been passed down to them by from generation to generation and that they have an intense interest in conservation. For them, taking care of their land and animals means that they will have something to give to their children. This way of life is a source of pride for them.

Illinois farms are, I have learned, for the most part (97%) family-owned businesses. In talking to farmers, I realized that their way of life is something that has been passed down to them by from generation to generation and that they have an intense interest in conservation. For them, taking care of their land and animals means that they will have something to give to their children. This way of life is a source of pride for them.

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