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For the past few weeks, I’ve been meeting up with powerful women in Madison — from politicians to business owners, health care workers and academics — and we all remarked on how teeth-gnashingly hard the past 19 months have been for moms, daughters, sisters and female partners.

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In a busy, occasionally contentious legislative session, agricultural groups saw several priorities passed by the Missouri General Assembly as the state sorted through its redistricting responsibilities and the largest budget in the state’s history.

Illinois State University won the Sweepstakes Grand Champion Award at the annual North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture judging competition and conference in North Platte, Nebraska, April 2.

AMES, Iowa — Warmer temperatures and drier conditions are in the forecast, and farmers will be in the fields in full force. That means more equipment will be on the roadways in the coming days.

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