Women in Animal Husbandry

Share your stories about working in the Animal Husbandry Field!

On average, women represent 43 percent of the world's agricultural labor force and 47 percent of hthe global fisheries labor force, according to the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).  These hardworking women produce more than half of the world's food, despite being less than half of the labor force.

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Rebecca Courtney
All the King's Horses

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Rebecca Courtney
We are breeders of high-quality European Brabant and Gypsy Vanner draft horses. We primarily sell youngstock but also ship semen on some of our studs and provide breeding assistance to our customers when their foals are old enough to breed.
Emily Chamelin
Aerie Farm East
Westminster, MD
Cattle Goats, Other


Our commitment to producing quality lamb and wool as well as structurally sound and long lived livestock is paramount. We strive to build our farm to be a model of land stewardship and leave our soil better for the next generation.

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Amanda Goodwin
Goodwin Family Farms
The Arkansas Traveling Goat Farrier
We travel all over Arkansas trimming goat and sheep hooves
Along with other services including Ultrasounds, Banding, Shots, Blood Pull, Horn Tipping, Disbudding, Horn Removal, Copper, etc.

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Hailey Edwards
Granite Mountain Breeding Services, LLC

GMBS is one of the only companies in Alaska specializing in bovine artificial insemination and was born from my desire to create the beef I would be proud to sell.  But bulls are expensive! Expensive to buy and expensive to maintain. That's why I turned to artificial insemination.   It's less costly and gives me a wider range of sires to choose from, plus the ability to see a sire's genetics was a big attraction.  

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 Straws to Paws

 Mary and Debbie

Straws to Paws owners Dr. Mary Stankovics and Debbie Leach offer on site storage and freezing of canine semen. They also accept semen transfers from other facilities and offer kennel discounts for multiple dog freezing and storage.

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