Last week, I had the opportunity to help with Beck’s PFR University. For those of you that don’t know, PFR University is a unique opportunity for farmers to visit Beck’s headquarters and spend two days learning and gaining additional PFR insights on new products and practices that they can then implement on their own farms.
Categories: Intern Avenue
Tags: Beck's Blog, Why I Farm, Beck's Hybrids, intern, intern avenue, American Farmer, Natalina Sents, Internship, Why I Farm Roadtrip, Marissa Melchi
Work hard. Play hard. I’ve heard Scott Beck talk about his dad Sonny raising them this way. Hard work is important! Taking time to relax is equally important! I haven't always been able to do this. In fact, several years ago I was completely unable to get my mind off of work while on vacation. But now, in my 40’s, I’m realizing that my family is not going to remember me for my successes at work. They will remember time with me and the memories we made together.
Others will remember me for the impact that I have on them, be it good or bad. I strive to have more good than bad. This past month or so has, for me, been about hard work, fun and some good stories on the road of not only a traveling salesman, but a father.
Categories: Field Stories
Tags: Beck's Blog, Beck's Hybrids, Ryan McAllister, Field Stories, GatorQuest, Beck's expands into Iowa, Beck's Purchases Mt. Pleasant Iowa Pioneer Facilit, Stories of a traveling salesman, Ridiculous Days, American Farmer, God Bless the American Farmer