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Why we farm

While farm operation is my “thing,” my husband Scott is just as invested in it as I am.  While farming is hard work, and not to mention, a lot of work to start a farm operation, it’s something we truly enjoy doing. Here’s a little more on why we farm: 

It’s in our roots and a way of life that we know and love. We both have grown up in agriculture. I was raised in rural Northeastern Wisconsin loving the outdoors, developing a hands-on approach to life and actively participating in ag education and FFA. Scott grew up on a dairy farm in Northwestern Wisconsin. We both started our careers in agriculture working for organizations that provide supplies and services to farmers. Scott continues to do so today, while I now farm. While farming is hard work, both physical and brain power, it’s a way of life we enjoy. We are thankful to be a part of agriculture and raise a family on the farm.

We love the outdoors and the land. As land owners, we’re proud that we care for our land in a way that not only benefits our livestock and pasture, but also the soil and wildlife. It also the reason why we rotationally graze our goats and pasture poultry.

Making something our own. As a small business owner, there’s not a better feeling of building something of our own. It’s our farm and planning that’s moving it forward. As we continue to grow, it’s motivating to see our hard work and business plans pay off.

Doing our part to provide nutritious food to our greater community. This doesn’t really need much more explanation. It is what it is and we’re glad to play a part in our regional food and ag system. 

If you’re involved in agriculture, what’s your reason or why are you passionate about it?

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