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Jerry Groskreutz

I grew up on a crop and dairy farm in Southern Minnesota. After graduating from Wells Easton High School I attended the University Of Minnesota and earned a Bachelors of Science Degree in Agricultural Education. After graduation I returned to operate the family farm consisting of 600 acres of corn, soybeans, alfalfa, sweet corn, peas and 100 dairy cows. After 18 years in the fall of 1995, I traded the milking parlor for a radio microphone and became a Farm Broadcaster. I still get up at 3:30 am every day. In addition to Farm Broadcasting covering the farm news, weather, markets, meetings, county fairs, FFA conventions and so on I continue to farm our land in Southern Minnesota. My wife of 36 years Louise is a Degreed R N and is an Industrial Nurse for the Jennie-O-Turkey Store. We have two children, Laura finishing up her Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry and Stephen in Graduate School at the University of Pittsburg in Analytical Chemistry.
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A Big Crowd At Buffer Meeting In Owatonna

Last Saturday the Steele County Farmers Union, along with the Steele County Corn and Soybean Growers, sponsored a meeting on Gov. Mark Dayton's buffer proposal. Commissioner of Agriculture Dave Frederickson, DNR officials, and state representatives and senators were there to listen to what farmers and citizens thought of the proposal

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Tom Hoverstad Will Discuss 2015 Growing Season on AM Minnesota

Tom Hoverstad, who is a scientist at the Southern Research and Outreach Center at Waseca, will be my guest on Tuesday's AM Minnesota program. Hoverstad was on AM Minnesota a little over a month ago. He said it would be timely to be on again about April 1 with an update on the approaching growing season

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Market Report: Waiting For Tuesday’s USDA Numbers

Corn prices closed about unchanged today as traders are waiting for Tuesday morning's USDA numbers. As far as the reports go, it is one of the biggest of the year. For the Prospective Plantings Report traders are expecting farmers will plant about 2 million fewer acres of corn this year

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Display At Denver Convention Center

This is a picture of a display at the Denver Convention Center on renewable fuels and ethanol. Being from Minnesota, I noticed there was a major seed stock missing, corn. These three columns had examples of what ethanol was made from, corn stalks, popular trees and switch grass

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