SAE Idea for Aspiring Farmers

March 16, 2017

SAE Idea for Aspiring Farmers

It's not enough that Hunter Petersen works on a farm when he's not in school, but he raises his own crops in a partnership with his brother and cousin for his SAE. He choose sugar beets as his crop but doesn't leave the heavy lifting for just his family to do. Hunter helps prep for planting, topping the beats in prep for harvest, and drives the trucks. He might not do it all yet, but he has to start somewhere. There's no better way to teach maturity than to assign responsibility to a student and entrust a them with real duties that will make or break a true farm business.

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