There is a connection between land and family that has endured for generations. We’ve lived it, as have many of you.
You remember tagging along with dad as he picked up some parts and visited with friends at the implement dealership. And you’ll never forget the first time you steered the tractor while sitting on grandpa’s lap. A few years later you were driving the tractor yourself, learning the values of hard work and working together.
We believe in the family farm and the role it has served in the development of our people, our communities and our values. It’s a connection worth maintaining — for all of us.