Michigan Master Farmers, servant leaders

Michigan Master Farmers, servant leaders

Three Michigan farmers have made serving others and their land a priority. 

Fourth-generation farmer Joe Bryant grows 1,100 acres of corn, soybeans, and wheat in Shepard.  Bryant tells Brownfield he enjoys sharing the farm with others and relies on conservation and precision technology to ensure it for the future.

“I would just assume to have the soil here from my grandkids to farm as productive or more so than what I have.”

Dave Milligan farms 4,500 acres of corn soybeans, wheat, and dry beans in Tuscola County and has served on local and state ag boards for most of his career.

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