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How Young Dairy Farmer Leaders Share Their Farm Story

April 2018 | Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska | 0 comments

Multi-generation Midwest dairy farmer champions – Michael Johnson, Melisa Konecky, Evan Metzger and Darcy Steffes – talk about the importance of connecting with people to share their farm family stories.

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