September 28, 2018

Propaganda hurts future of ag

Topic: Leadership

The following was written by members of Dickinson State University Collegiate Farm Bureau.

There are three times when the average American thinks of a Midwesterner: when they see the huge blizzards on the news, when they hear the word “ope”, and when they see a casserole.

We are thought of as some of the kindest people around, though a little on the crazy side because we deal with winters that could literally kill us if we stand outside for more than fifteen minutes. We do our best to show respect to everyone we see. We hold doors open for each other, and wave as we drive past, even if we have no idea who’s driving the other car.

We are proud of the work we do, and when we say work, we mean WORK.

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