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Women farmers gain increasing role in agriculture

Women are the largest minority group in agriculture. More than 300,000 women operate farms across the U.S., and the USDA is hoping to settle their discrimination suit this year.

From NPR:

Women are the largest minority group in agriculture. More than 300,000 women operate farms across the U.S., and the USDA is hoping to settle their discrimination suit this year. Liane Hansen speaks with farmers Carol Keiser-Long and Barbara Armstrong about the role women play in America's agriculture industry.

For transcript and video, please see: Women Farmers Grow Strong

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