Saturday, January 31, 2009

Nebraska Farmer Wins Excellence Award for Innovative Practices

Dalvin Scheer traces the roots of his farming operation to a grandfather named, Henry.

Back in 1902, Henry Scheer bought land 6 miles northeast of Arlington. Today, Dalvin and his wife, Betty, live on the farm. They raise corn and soybeans on 550 acres and own and operate a pheasant-hunting operation. For years, the Scheers have been active in farm and community organizations and their church.

Read more about the innovative farming practices Scheer has used through the years.

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