Women involved in agriculture are a fast growing population with a unique set of farm safety and health needs. It’s important to consider PPE, ergonomic practices, nutrition and other gender-based health needs that are specific to the female body. Take charge of your health with a few of these resources!

Registration | agrileadHERThe AgrileadHer™ conference is created for every woman who is passionate about agriculture and food, whether you are a university student studying agriculture, producer, entrepreneur, representative of a grower association, or corporate agribusiness. Registration for the 2023 virtual conference will be open in March 2023.

The conference is hosted by The University of Georgia, The Georgia Department of Agriculture, and The University of Tennessee. Funding was made possible in part by the USDA’s Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network (FRSAN) grants.


USDA Women in Ag

The 2012 Census of Agriculture notes that nearly 1 million women are working America’s lands. That is nearly a third of our nation’s farmers. Together, these women are generating $12.9 billion in annual agricultural sales. The USDA is committed to supporting diversity and inclusion in the agriculture—and that includes building opportunities for women to grow, learn from one another, and lead within their industries.

Visit their website to find out more!


Pony Tail Ag Campaign Facebook

The Pony Tail Ag Campaign shares the stories of women involved in North Carolina agriculture. From the farm to the lab, from government to schools, women are changing the face of agriculture. Join the campaign as it embarks on a tour, interviewing some awesome ladies. Check out a few of our favorite stories about women involved in NC Agromedicine.

Meet Jessica Wilburn from the NC Agromedicine Institute! We got to talk with Jessica while the #PonytailAg crew was…

Posted by Ponytail Ag on Sunday, November 17, 2019

If you haven’t heard of Dr. Crystal Kyle yet then you are missing out! The #PonytailAg team chatted with Dr. Kyle about…

Posted by Ponytail Ag on Monday, November 11, 2019


Women in Ag Learning Network

Other Resources for Women in Ag