Women share how Earth Day is every day for farmers
Audio clips from these interviews will be posted to the National Corn Growers Association's website as available.
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Katie Sawyer and her husband, Derek, own and operate a 2,800-acre dry land and irrigated farm outside of McPherson, Kan., where they raise corn, grain sorghum, soybeans and wheat. Additionally, they manage a 325-head cow herd and calve and background about 2,000 cattle annually.
Pam Selz-Pralle is a proud third-generation family farmer. Together, her family milks 450 registered Holstein cows, raise their young, and grow corn and hay on two Century farms in Wisconsin.
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