About the Provider
Girls Talk Ag features Jennifer Campbell, a farmer and blogger, Karen Corrigan, an independent agronomist and business owner, and Kelsey Litchfield, an agriculture digital media consultant. With their perfect mix of experience and personality, the girls get together to discuss what’s currently on in agriculture! The trio may not always be politically correct, but always honest when plowing through the manure online.
Karen Corrigan is an Independent Agronomist and co-owner of McGillicuddy Corrigan Agronomics. She is a Certified Crop Advisor and holds a masters degree in Agronomy - Weed Science (On Wisconsin!). The school of her bachelor degree has no mascot, only excels in golf and tennis (Go Illini!). Karen's domestic capabilities are lacking and her parenting is aided by Amazon Prime and Etsy. Loved the Cubs before it was cool. Mom of 2 children and a dog who continually challenge her sanity. One of the original Hot Mess Moms in Ag.
Jen Campbell is a farmer in Central Indiana. She and her family currently grow corn, soybeans, wheat and cattle in addition to being reformed former hog farmers. Mom of 3 – adult, college aged, and 60 year old man in a teen body. Jen is a 'farmhouse' cook because she lives in a house on a farm. She shares recipes and her life on the farm on her blog FarmWife Feeds. Author of Meet Pete, a children’s book about a challenged calf and his owner caring for him available on Amazon. She excels in chalk art and sarcasm.
Kelsey Litchfield is an agriculture digital media consultant based in Central Illinois. Growing up, she loved to film videos on her mom’s Sony camcorder and was gifted her first point-and-shoot camera at 8 years old. Frequent visits to the farm and membership in 4-H and FFA led Kelsey to a degree in agricultural communications from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. If you’re around Kelsey, she’ll be sure to tell ya a story or two. In her spare time, Kelsey loves baking desserts, collecting plants and trying not to kill them, watching NASCAR and Fighting Illini athletics, and showing antique Ford tractors with her family.