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The Women in Ag Leadership Conference will be held Nov. 27-28 at the Iowa State Center – Scheman Building, Ames, Iowa. The conference begins with leadership workshops Monday evening and a full agenda covering many leadership topics.
The next Women Planning Ag Businesses class is coming to Ames, Feb. 3 through March 3, 2018. During the program, women will draft their own business plans for start-up, continuing or expanding businesses.
Six one-day bus tours will give Iowa women opportunities to visit diverse agricultural businesses. Each day tour is designed by local groups of women and led by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach county professionals and Women in Ag program.
The Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Women in Ag Leadership Conference will be held Nov. 26-27 at the Iowa State Center Scheman Building on the Iowa State University campus in Ames. The cost to participate in all conference activities and meals is $30 for students and $60 for all others.
A four-session course called Women Managing Horses begins Nov. 14 and covers the major business risks of raising, handling and marketing healthy horses. The course also provides opportunities for participants to interact with some of the state’s most qualified equine experts.
The Women in Ag Leadership Conference, Dec. 3, will feature inspirational speakers who have knowledge and skills that attendees can use to immediately help them lead and succeed in their farm or agribusiness career.
Learn about risk management options with these articles and accompanying videos from Ag Decision Maker.
This equine course for women horse owners will touch on the major factors of raising, handling and marketing horses, led by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
This year's Women in Ag Leadership Conference theme is addressing topics that are timely and challenging, with presentations by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
Women interested in starting a farm or rural business can complete courses offered by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.