Hay Time in Corn Country

This grower has a unique use for some of the best dirt in the country.

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A Farm Retreat From The Real World

State troopers are called upon to handle “just about anything,” says Chris Shrader, so having a farm to come home to is relief from a tough job.

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Running a Farm Through a Mother’s Eyes 

10 toes. 10 fingers. Baby snuggles quickly turn into gate getters, tractor drivers, livestock showmen, CEOs and more. From missing Sunday service and family dinners during calving season to driving an hour away for baseball practice in the heart of hay season, raising a farm kid takes just a little more.

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Making Hay in the Music City

This horse boarder and hay grower has some unique urban farming challenges, but experience and equipment help him get the job done.

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Keeping Up With Custom Farming

Massey Ferguson equipment—and a great relationship with his MF dealer—helped this farm kid build a career with custom work.

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A Producer Profits from Patience

For this farmer, a slow and steady approach to growth pays dividends in success and stewardship, both for his land and his town.

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Bales, Bovine and Barn Ball

In the heart of basketball country, this family farm builds a direct-to-consumer business based on premium product and Hoosier spirit.

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