Posted on April 25, 2013
Growing up with farming as a way of life, no-tiller Ron Duffy has deep roots in rural America. About 10 years ago, Duffy’s passion drove him to branch out and build his own farming operation to cultivate the family legacy. Today, he manages 700 acres of corn and soybeans in Guide Rock, Neb.…
Posted on March 22, 2013
Farming, family and being a steward of the land are the values that drive producer, John Sievers. He and his wife are the third generation to continue the family tradition in Newell, Iowa. Sievers has been helping on the operation since he was 12 and has gained another 22 years of agricultural experience. After returning from college, Sievers...
Posted on February 21, 2013
Focusing on crop health and pushing high yields is where Todd Hinrichs concentrates his production goal efforts. He grows corn, soybeans, peas and sweet corn in Hayward, Minn. Hinrichs, who has been farming for 20 years, grew up on a farm and started his own operation after college and 15 years of non-farm employment. During his twenties, he...
Posted on January 22, 2013
Being a fourth-generation farmer, Tim Dryden’s operation is rich with family history. After he started farming on his own 37 years ago, Dryden began purchasing land from family members and retired farmers. Now, he owns both of the homesteads his parent’s families settled in Larned, Kan. Assisted by his wife and son, the family farm consists of...
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