On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast you will meet, Kerri Giesbrecht.

From stilettos to rubber boots; Kerri was born and raised as a city girl that has turned a whole lot country thanks to her husband. Her farm is everything high maintenance (as her husband likes to call it). Kerri has all the animals (sheep, chickens and horses), she runs a U-Pick veggie garden in the summer, make livestock feed for not only her farm but other farms as well, runs a farm market in the summer months and on-farm events. And in her not so much downtime she helps her husband with his grain farm operation. According to Kerri she doesn’t sleep much,  drinks far too much coffee, but she loves what she does and even on the hard days it’s better than going to her old 9-4 job in downtown Edmonton.

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