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The Beck’s “Why I Farm” movement hits the road

When Natalina Sents recently graduated from Iowa State University graduate, she wasn’t headed for a full-time job. She was embarking on the journey of a lifetime. Sents is setting out on the Beck’s Why I Farm Road Trip – a year-long, 50 state tour documenting agriculture’s diversity and revealing the untold stories of America’s farmers.

The Why I Farm Road Trip began on May 15 in Sents’ home state of Iowa. Over the past three weeks, she has also visited farms in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Maryland, Pennsylvania and here in Ohio. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins visited with Natalina in between farm stops.

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