Women in Agriculture

Celebrating. Connecting. Growing.

North Carolina is proud to be a diversified farming state—approximately 32.5% of North Carolina farmers are female. AgCarolina Farm Credit is committed to recognizing women within the agricultural industry, a demographic that continues to grow. 

There is something magical about providing an opportunity for women in agriculture to connect, laugh and learn together. Therefore, a conference is hosted each spring to celebrate and recognize women in agriculture.

Have questions? Reach out to marketing@agcarolina.com

Women in Ag Spotlight

Tatum Eason - Enfield Cotton Ginnery

Cotton Gin owner Tatum Eason shares about some of the challenges in agriculture and the importance of partners, such as Farm Credit.

Women in Ag Spotlight

Sarah Grace Stone - G's Jam

Sarah Grace takes the produce her family grows, strawberries, pears, blueberries, and peppers and makes jams using old family recipes. Her business is self-sustaining because she grows everything she turns into jam and does all the cooking from her kitchen in Rowland. Her business started small by just selling out of her family’s produce barn. Now, with a few years as a registered business under her belt, she creates jam boxes for corporate gifts and wedding favors.

Women in Ag Spotlight

Krystle Owens - Delta Dawn Farms

In this short video, Krystle Owen shares her passion for farming and details the ways in which her farm plays an integral role in the community.