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Purdue Ag Week returns for 11th year

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“Ag Week is such a great way for our student leaders to show the rest of campus and beyond the importance of agriculture to our everyday lives,” Danica Kirkpatrick, executive director of the Purdue Ag Alumni Association and Ag Week Task Force sponsor, said.

 

 

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