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Women in Agriculture Members (32)

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Katrina Geenevasen

Napanee, Ontario, Canada

rosemarie haegens

fenwick, Canada

Anna Morgan

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

rein minnema

appin, Canada

OntAG Admin

London, Ontario, Canada

Liz Robertson

Seven Sisters Falls, Manitoba,…

Betty Brown

Rutherglen, Ontario, Canada

Amanda Brodhagen

Guelph,Ontario, Canada

Avaleigh Eastman

Kinburn, ON, Canada

Kelsey Banks

Cambridge, ON, Canada

V-Bins Ontario

Ontario, Canada

Kaitlin Schuster

Courtland, Ontario, Canada

Sara Avoledo

Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Karen Hutchings

Westport, Ontario, Canada

Candace Crowston

Meaford, Ontario, Canada


Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Kim Leatherdale

Orillia, Ontario, Canada

Jamie Boland

Ontario, Canada

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As the late President Teddy Roosevelt once said, “The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming;

Midwest Machinery Minnesota Location Damaged in Fire

According to a March 22 report from the West Central Tribune, 30-store John Deere Midwest Machinery's Madison, Minn., location was damaged in a fire on March 21.

Lamb & Webster Founder Lloyd Lamb Passes Away at 93

Lloyd L. Lamb, age 93, of Venice, Fla., passed away on March 7, 2023.

United Ag & Turf Acquires Lawson Implement Co. in Central Texas

United Ag & Turf, a leading provider of John Deere equipment and solutions, announced today that it has acquired Lawson Implement Co., Inc.

Redline Equipment Breaks Ground for New Logansport Facility

Redline Equipment broke ground yesterday to mark the start of construction of a new sales and service facility in Logansport, Indiana.

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