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  • Andrew Braun United States, South Carolina, Windsor

    Interests: Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Precision Agriculture

    American Agri-Women: Strengthening the Voice of the People

    By North American Ag

    Published Jul 26, 2022 

    In this week's North American Ag Spotlight Chrissy Wozniak talks to the president of American Agri-Women Heather Hampton Knodle about the organization's mission and what they've accomplished. American Agri-Women are women from farms, ranches and agri-business forming a nationwide coalition of state and commodity affiliates and at-large members with a mission to provide networking and leadership development opportunities as we educate each other and the public about issues impacting our ability to feed, fuel and clothe our country and others around the world. Heather Hampton Knodle grew up working on her family’s farm near Windsor, Illinois and continues to farm with her husband Brian and their four children in Montgomery County where they grow corn, soybeans, winter wheat and black Angus cattle. Their use of technology informs their efforts to apply regenerative practices across their farm and capture data to improve management. Heather earned her bachelors in agriculture news/editorial with emphasis in geography and economics and the equivalent of a minor in Russian language and area studies from the Univ...

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  • Andrew Braun United States, South Carolina, Windsor

    Interests: Cover Crops, Ag Policy, Precision Agriculture

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  • American Agri-Women: Strengthening the Voice of the People

    By North American Ag

    Published Jul 26, 2022 

    In this week's North American Ag Spotlight Chrissy Wozniak talks to the president of American Agri-Women Heather Hampton Knodle about the organization's mission and what they've accomplished. American Agri-Women are women from farms, ranches and agri-business forming a nationwide coalition of state and commodity affiliates and at-large members with a mission to provide networking and leadership development opportunities as we educate each other and the public about issues impacting our ability to feed, fuel and clothe our country and others around the world. Heather Hampton Knodle grew up working on her family’s farm near Windsor, Illinois and continues to farm with her husband Brian and their four children in Montgomery County where they grow corn, soybeans, winter wheat and black Angus cattle. Their use of technology informs their efforts to apply regenerative practices across their farm and capture data to improve management. Heather earned her bachelors in agriculture news/editorial with emphasis in geography and economics and the equivalent of a minor in Russian language and area studies from the Univ...

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    Sep 13, 2018 

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