Farmers for the Future: Doing Things Differently
Reid Suelflow is doing his best to make a difference on the White Lake, South Dakota, farm his family homesteaded in 1884. He tries new agricultural practices, reads voraciously on the internet, and gets data to analyze from the USDA’s National Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and other government agencies. The farm is a legacy, and he puts in the work to secure its future. He does so by taking his own unique approach to farming.