Spend much time at the Pennsylvania Farm Show, and you might get a feeling that tradition rules the place.
Families tend their animals together. Men in 10-gallon hats still dominate the buyers in the audience at livestock sales. Many of the handmade goods wouldn’t have looked out of place a century or more ago.
But farming is constantly changing.
One way that’s happening? Women are finding their own, nontraditional routes into the business.