Women in Agriculture
Information useful to farmers planning production, financing and marketing of crops or livestock using cost estimates based on Missouri production practices.Find budget documents
Landowners with farms that have been in the family for 100 years or more can obtain special recognition.Learn about century farms
The mission of the University of Missouri Extension Women in Agriculture (MUWIA) program is to improve the economic viability and overall sustainability of Missouri farms by providing research-based educational programs that strengthen agricultural businesses, increase stewardship of natural resources, empower and support women in agriculture.
As women’s roles in agriculture continue to change, we want to challenge and support you in your endeavors. If you are looking for classes and other events, this is the place to be. You’ll find information on activities offered by University of Missouri Extension Women in Agriculture, as well as links to other organizations and events.
Based on the life of Annette (Kohlhagen) Fleck, Annie’s Project empowers farm women to be better business partners through networks, managing and organizing critical information.
The best source of practical dairy information targeted for Missouri's dairy producers.
Information and resources aimed at improving the economic and environmental status of Missouri’s forage and grassland agriculture.
Pearls of Production
Pearls of Production is a hands-on educational program for women involved in livestock production.
Meet the experts
- Karen Funkenbusch INSTRUCTOR, EXTNS
- Amie Schleicher FIELD SPECIALIST IN LIVESTOCK
- Brenda Schreck FIELD SPECIALIST IN LIVESTOCK
- Darla Campbell FIELD SPECIALIST IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
- Elizabeth Picking FIELD SPECIALIST IN LIVESTOCK
- Erin Larimore RESEARCH SPECIALIST SR
- Heather Conrow FIELD SPECIALIST IN LIVESTOCK
- Jennifer Lutes FIELD SPECIALIST IN AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS
- Karisha Devlin FIELD SPECIALIST IN AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS
- Kendra Graham FIELD SPECIALIST IN LIVESTOCK
- Marcia Shannon PROFESSOR
- Reagan Bluel FIELD SPECIALIST IN DAIRY
- Sarah Havens REGIONAL DIRECTOR
- Valerie Tate FIELD SPECIALIST IN AGRONOMY
- Wesley Tucker FIELD SPECIALIST IN AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS