Farm Mom Of The Year (NAPSA)—Whether raising a family or raising a crop, “farm moms” are the backbone of the family farm—andthenation. To recognize the contributions farm moms make, Monsanto cre- ated the America’s Farmers Mom of the Year contest. This year’s national winner, Kansas rancher and blogger Debbie Lyons-Blythe, says, “City moms and farm momsare really the same, we just have different jobs. We have the same concerns. Weall strive to feed our children healthy food.” America’s Farmers Mom of the Year, Debbie Lyons-Blythe, at home on her Kansascattle ranch. Debbie writes a blog, “Life on a Kansas Cattle Ranch,” to provide a glimpseoflife on a family farm. What else do farm moms want their city counterparts to know? “Urban families can count on America’s farm families for a safe, abundant food supply,” says South Dakota farm mom Danni Beer. “We do our best to take care of the American land and people.” “This isn’t just a job for us,” adds Lyons-Blythe, “it’s a lifestyle.” Meet the farm moms and learn how to nominate your favorite mom at www.AmericasFarmers.com.