Meet Indiana Farmer’s Wife.
I’ve got plenty of new followers to the page so I wanted to introduce myself again. I’m Jenn, and many of you know me as Indiana Farmer’s Wife. I started this blog to help bring consumer’s closer to their agricultural products. So, let me tell you a little more about myself and the farm we live on.
- I did not grow up on a farm. I’ve always loved and respected the world of agriculture but was definitely never a farm girl. I grew up in town 🙂 Learn more about me here.
- My farmer, Scott, is my high school sweetheart. We have been married almost 8 years and together for nearly 15 years.
- We have 3 little ones, ages 4 and younger. William, Quinn, & Ainsley. Raising them on a farm is the best life I could imagine for them.
- I’m a Registered Nurse in our local OB department. I love my job!
- We raise around 8,000 hogs a year. Yep, you read the right, 8,000. Click here or here to learn a little more about our hog operation
- We also have a registered cow-calf herd. This is one of my personal favorite parts of living on the farm. Learn more about our cow here.
- I’m continually learning. Learning about agriculture. Learning about being a farmwife. Click here to learn more about what I have learned. I also hope you learn something from me!
- I love anything old. Old homes. Antiques. History. That’s my thing.
- Something few people know, I listen to early or swing jazz music while I am canning in the summer. It’s the same kind of music my grandma used to play on her kitchen radio & I can’t can without having that same music playing because she was the one who instilled a love of preserving food in my heart.
- Probably no big surprise, but country music is my favorite. I’m talking real country music. Do yourself a favor, add Joey + Rory Radio and Joe Diffie Radio to your Pandora playlists. (I didn’t grow up listening to country music, and actually never listened to a country song until middle school!)
So, that’s a little bit more about me. I like talk about pigs, cows, green grass and wide open blue skies. I try and keep it real and upbeat over here. Thanks for following along