Cotton? Check. Corn and Soybeans? Sure. Peanuts and pumpkins? Yep. Wheat? Why not? Chufa? Of course. North Carolinian Donny Lassiter can grow it all.
Paul Rea of BASF talks acquisitions, natural disasters, innovations– and the most unusual crop he’s seen
Paul Rea, BASF Senior Vice President for Crop Protection, North America, reviews 2017 and talks acquisitions, innovation, natural disasters, and the most unusual crop he’s ever seen.
She runs a grain trading operation, co-hosts the popular “Girls Talk Ag” podcast, wrangles a husband, a son and four dogs as a hot mess ag mom – and still has time to talk ag, and market grain. Buckle up for Angie Setzer.
Up near the Canadian border, Betsy Jensen and her husband grow a variety of crops. But her heart is in wheat. And number crunching. And her table from the Minneapolis Grain Exchange.
From getting in on the forefront of growing hemp, to setting up an exporting business from scratch, to growing half of the U.S. supply of cranberry beans – it’s all in a day’s work for North Dakota grower, Chris Adams.