American Agri-Women stop by the RFD-TV studios

Advocating for agriculture since 1974, American Agri-Women is the nation’s largest coalition of farm and ranch women. They’re set to gather in Washington, D.C. this June for their 37th annual fly-in.

But first, National President Heather Hampton Knodle and First Vice President Rose Tryon VanCott stopped by the RFD-TV studio to talk with Suzanne Alexander about the group’s priorities, rural women running for office, and their leadership development program.

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