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Feb

2021

CropTalk: Seeds of Faith and Farming: 2021 Indiana Fam Family of the Year

February 2021

Author: Maggie Holt

Nine years ago, the Stephensons started their farm with 25 acres and a dream. Now, they farm 600 acres of corn and soybeans in the heart of the eastern Corn Belt.

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Aug

2020

CropTalk: From Beck's to the Mission Field

August 2020

Author: Ashley Heyen

People leave the comfort of their homes to participate in mission trips with hopes to impact other’s lives. They travel to third-world countries, build houses, teach school, and share God’s word. Although the effect they have on those they are serving is great, many times, it is the one serving that experiences the biggest life change.

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Jul

2020

CropTalk: Family Friend, Family Hero

July 2020

Author: Ashley Heyen

Friends and family gathered by the pool on a hot July day. Kids played and splashed while the adults laughed and shared stories. It was your average Midwest get together until the unthinkable happened.

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Apr

2020

CropTalk: Fueling A Bright Farming Future

April 2020

Author: Ashley Heyen

When you have a community of people willing to guide you and lend a helping hand, a positive attitude, and a true passion for what you do, you can accomplish anything. That is what I learned from two young farmers who were both top ten finalists for the National Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers Achievement Award.

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Feb

2020

CropTalk: When Choices Meet Opportunity

February 2020

Author: Ashley Heyen

When you think of non-GMO, one word that may come to mind is opportunity. For Gregory Brawner and his family’s farm, that is exactly what non-GMO represents for them.

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Jan

2020

CropTalk: The Family that Farms Together...

January 2020

Author: Ashley Heyen

I stepped into the home of Aaron and Carolyn Everett a stranger, but I left, as they said, a part of the family.

We hear stories of the all-American farm family sitting around a table, laughing and fellowshipping with each other before enjoying a home-made meal. But in a time when busy schedules and a pressure to be constantly “plugged in” reigns, you have to wonder if those circumstances still exist.

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