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When Karagen Stone started working at Keene Dairy in Belfast, Maine, in sixth grade, she enjoyed it – but it wasn’t until the breeder showed up that she really became interested.

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Growing up on Aghaloma Farms in Knox, Maine, Cheryl Carson never thought she’d stay on the family farm. After graduating high school, she left for college to pursue an education first as a vet tech – and later as a paralegal.

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Even though it presents many challenges, including poor infrastructure, a harsh climate and low farm-gate prices, Mexico appears to be on the threshold of an agricultural revolution.

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It is a fact; inclusive leaders make everyone feel welcome and appreciated, and when Barbara Wadsworth Jones is around, no one feels left out or out of place. Immediately upon meeting her, you feel like you are talking with a lifelong friend.

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Is tomorrow’s dairyman a woman? While the number of females receiving degrees in dairy science has increased to the point of surpassing the number of male students in some programs, several key factors make successful careers in the industry possible for women after graduation.

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Back in September, I was invited to deliver the keynote address at the sixth annual Women in Agribusiness Summit, which was held this year in the Land O’Lakes hometown of Minneapolis.

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