To increase their opportunities and preserve legacy, one family tried something all-new.
David Heidt is far more than a gravedigger—he is a minister of comfort. Beneath the ground of Heidt’s farmland, 2,500 meticulous horse burials testify to his care and service.
This Maryland seedstock operation satisfies beef-loving urban consumers with Angus beef while collecting data for future genetic selection.
New ways of marketing your product direct to your customers is a way of trying to stay ahead of the markets. Dierks Farm not only sells beef online, but also handles the logistics of how it arrives.
In today's show, we'll visit with a Pam Dierks of Dierks Farms who talks about how they had to diversify to a different type of marketing so that their sons could be a part of their farm. Part 1 of a series.
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