Women’s Leadership Committee, District 3
Representing the Young Farmers and Ranchers on the State Women’s Committee is Katrina Moseley, a busy wife and mom of twin toddlers (Hadley and Christy) from Columbia County. Moseley and her husband, Troy, own a cow/calf and beef cattle operation in Fort White.
In addition to her service on the State Women’s Committee and the State Young Farmers and Ranchers Leadership Group, Moseley serves as the chair of the Columbia County Young Farmers and Ranchers Leadership Group where she encourages young people in her community to participate in their local agriculture.
Building lasting relationships is important to Moseley and she expresses her love for agriculture in everything she does. “This industry is full of like-minded people that work hard, that help one another, that treat each other like family and when they come together, they can move mountains with their voice!” she said.
Moseley enjoys participating in youth agricultural education events whenever she has the chance and is excited that her service on the State Women’s Committee will enable her with new ideas and ways to spread the positive story of agriculture in her community.
“The Women’s Committee is a group of leaders who help educate others, both children and adults, and who work hard to support charitable causes in their communities. Farm Bureau women are truly the heart of the Farm Bureau family,” she said.
The Moseley’s cattle operation keeps them busy year-round and during the summer, they grow hay and other nutrients to supplement the animals. The Smoky Mountains in Tennessee is a favorite destination for the young family and in her free time, Moseley likes to cook, bake and participate in charity-based marathons.
Her advice to young farm women everywhere is to always stand your ground. “Continue to educate those around you and never give up on doing something you love and enjoy whether it is easy or not because you never know who is watching and who you are influencing and encouraging,” Moseley said.
Farm women like Katrina Moseley are an example of what makes Farm Bureau strong. Her devotion to agriculture, family and her community is a shining light on the industry and an inspiration to all.
Favorite recipe: Cheesy Chicken and Rice Casserole
1 10.75 oz. can Campbell’s Cream of Chicken Soup
1 1/3 cup chicken broth or water
1 box wild rice (like Uncle Ben’s)
1 can Veg-All, drained (or frozen vegetables)
4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 cup shredded cheese
Bread crumbs optional
Your favorite poultry seasoning, (like Montreal Chicken)
Pre-heat your oven to 375 degrees. Stir the soup, broth, wild rice and vegetables together in a baking dish. Mix in half of the cheese. Place chicken breasts on top and season them. Put remaining cheese on top as well as bread crumbs. Cover your dish. Bake at 375 for 45 minutes. Serve with biscuits or rolls.