Lancaster Farming recently published an article by Shelby Watson-Hampton highlighting the feature of two Maryland farmers on FarmHer. FarmHer is a national show on the “RFD-TV channel of Direct-TV, a radio show on SiriusXM, weekly podcast, blog, website, and online store — all featuring women who farm.”
The artcile discussed the start of the show and its development.
“This season also brings something a little special for those in Maryland, as FarmHer features two women in agriculture from the Old Line State: Kate Dallam, of Broom’s Bloom Dairy in Harford County — a dairy, ice cream shop and farm store with various farm products; and Angel Simmons, of Villa de Alpacas Farm in southern Prince George’s County — an alpaca fiber and wool farm that owns and operates three commercial textile looms — one is the largest rigid heddle loom on the East Coast — and that features a farm store with all their alpaca fiber-made products.
The FarmHer and RFD-TV crews spent a full day with each woman on their farm, hearing their stories, meeting their families and finding out what a day in their life on the farm was like.”
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Click here to check out the episode featuring Villa de Alpacas Farm in Prince George’s County