Yesterday's blog post discusses the role of women in animal agriculture and their potential to be a powerful force in cellular agriculture. It reminded me that farming exploits female animals at a much higher rate than it does males. Just think, a female cow is repeatedly impregnated to continuously produce milk during its life before slaughter, and female chickens have been bred to produce 250-300 eggs a year when they should only be producing 10-15. So it seems like no surprise that farming is a male-dominated field. Cellular agriculture is the perfect opportunity for women to take their power back by ending the exploitation of females in farming.