Farm Kids Series: with Kate Miller

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JOIN US FOR ANOTHER WEEK OF OUR FARM KIDS SERIES, INSPIRED BY AUTHOR, SPEAKER, PHOTOGRAPHER, PROUD FARM WIFE AND MOTHER, BILLI J. MILLER. TO CELEBRATE THE PODCAST’S 5TH ANNIVERSARY, BILLI IS JOINING ME AS A CO-HOST TO FEATURE AND EXPLORE THE LIVES OF SOME VERY SPECIAL, YOUNG RURAL WOMEN. THIS SERIES IS FILLED WITH HEARTWARMING, ENLIGHTENING AND HUMOROUS STORIES.

Kate Miller is a 10-year-old farm kid who loves her life in the country, Taylor Swift, family vacations, and their family dog named Bubbles. She hails from South Miller Farm, her family’s mixed cattle and grain farm in east-central Alberta.

Her dad is a 4th-generation farmer who grew up on his family’s farm that began in 1911, and her mom is an author who writes books all about farmers and farm life. Kate loves the freedom and fun that comes with living on a farm, but like her mom, she loves vacations to cool cities, too.

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In Billi J. Miller’s fourth book celebrating farm life, she delves into what it means to be a farm kid through the ages, starting with her husband’s 100-year-old grandmother. She explores childhood memories, daily routines, and weekend activities on the farm, presenting a touching and vivid portrayal. The book is filled with humorous and heartfelt stories from children of different generations, capturing the essence of farm life with honesty and warmth.

“Farm Kids: Stories from Our Lives” includes a special chapter where farmers share what they wish non-farmers knew, aiming to bridge the gap between urban and rural perspectives. Billi’s captivating storytelling is informed by her life on a 111-year-old farm in Alberta, where she lives with her husband and two children. Since marrying a fourth-generation farmer in 2010, she has been sharing stories of Canadian farm life through her books and speaking engagements.

Billi writes from her home office or favorite coffee shops and speaks passionately about farm life at events across Canada and the US. Her ability to connect with her audience through personal experiences and captivating stories leaves attendees moved, encouraged, and inspired for the future. Billi J. Miller’s natural talent for storytelling and meaningful connection shines through in her writing and public speaking.

 

Visit Billi’s shop HERE and be sure to use Promo Code “RWP” to receive 10% off books from her store!

THIS WEEK’S DISCUSSIONS:

Get ready as we delve into…

  • Kid’s Farm Activities and Interests

  • Calving Season

  • Future Career Aspirations

  • A Kid’s Social Life Living on the Farm

  • Pets on the Miller Family Farm

  • Inspiration from Other Women and Creating Your Own Career Path

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Katelyn Duban

Katelyn Duban

Farmer | Podcast Host | Coach

Welcome to Wild Rose Farmer! My name is Katelyn Duban and I am a first generation female farmer in Southern Alberta, Canada. I married into agriculture back in 2016 to my multigenerational farmer husband, affectionately known as Mr. Wild Rose Farmer. We live and grow on our families certified organic grain and oilseed operation. In the Spring and Summer seasons, I raise a small herd of meat goats and have previously raised bottle calves as well.

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