Heifer International’s Unsung Heroes of the Greatest Generation, Part 3

This week’s post by Heifer International shares a cowgirl’s story! After the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration ceased livestock shipments in 1947, the Heifer Project was on it’s own. Cattle attendants no longer received pay from UNRRA, and they no longer needed to join the Merchant Marine. The latter made it possible for women to participate. This is Kathy Moore’s story.

 

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2 thoughts on “Heifer International’s Unsung Heroes of the Greatest Generation, Part 3

  1. What a surprise! It is a good article and a change from the men. ☺

    Thank you,

    Kathy

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