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Hi I'm Jesse,

Ranch Wife l Mother of Three l Beyond the Fencelines Founder

Born and raised a farmer’s daughter and now living my dream as the rancher’s wife and mother of 3, I’ve been living the rural life for a little while now. However, I’ll be the first to tell you it isn’t always easy, and I hardly ever get it right.

In between ranching and chasing kids, I love coffee, gardening, quilting, church, homesteading, continued education, droning, writing, and storytelling, which is why this site is so dear to me. 


My love of the ranch and my desire for authentic connection with other rural women built this site. With a few gentle nudges from God, it is my dream to bring rural women together.


I hope you’ll join me and all of the rural women featured on this site as we share our stories of rural living and make our voices heard. Grab a cup of your favorite beverage, settle in, and let’s get acquainted. 

Our Mission

Our mission is your story. We hope to be a small part of sharing it.


It is our mission to bring rural women together and make our lives feel less lonely, less isolated, and more connected. We hope to celebrate rural women from all walks of life and share the lessons they have learned and the life they have lived. 

Here you will find honest, vulnerable, and relatable stories, but most importantly we hope you will take the time to share your story. You never know who will be reading who needs to hear your words.


Let's go beyond the fencelines of your farm and ranch and create a community, together. 

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Beyond the Fenceline is always available for partnerships. promotions, or to help your business get off the ground. Reach out today and let's talk about the opportunities we have to work together. 

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Meet Our Writers

Our writers are all rural women who understand exactly what long days and time alone can feel like. They too cook for crews, balance kids, and enjoy the time outside with their husbands when possible. 

They are honest, vulnerable, and relatable women whom we look up to and admire for their stories and their time. 



Comments: Comments are moderated on this blog.  Please be kind and considerate. We welcome input but please do it in a constructive manner. No profanity (cursing, etc.) or harassment of any kind will be tolerated. Please note, we reserve the right to edit or delete comments without notice if you don’t follow the policies stated.

Terms and Conditions:  Please feel free to share this site and these stories with others. All we ask is you cite this site and the original author anytime content is used. Also, please respect the copyright of authors whose material is shared here.

Disclaimer:  All content provided on this blog is for informational purposes only. The owner of this blog makes no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any information on this site or found by following any link on this site. The owner will not be liable for any errors or omissions in this information nor for the availability of this information. The owner will not be liable for any losses, injuries, or damages from the display or use of this information.


I reserve the right to amend, change or otherwise modify these policies.

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