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Women Involved in Farm Economics

Women Involved in Farm Economics (WIFE) is a nonprofit, grassroots agricultural organization whose motto indicates it is dedicated to policymaking and improving production profitability in agriculture. The organization was founded in December 1976 in Sidney, Nebraska, and WIFE is now a complete entity of its own, composed of state associations and local chapters. WIFE describes itself as an energetic group that positively pursues its objectives and promotes all agricultural commodities.

WIFE's fundamental belief is that U.S. agriculture is the country's most vital renewable industry. The group asserts that improving profitability on U.S. farms is necessary to improve living conditions for both rural and urban populations. The organization believes profitability is the singular method to maintain farm production capabilities. To ensure profitability, WIFE insists on educating those ...

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