As Dan Erickson started talking about day-to-day life on his corn, soybean and livestock family farm near Alden, Minn., it didn’t take long for hands to start raising.
“How long does it take you to plant corn?”
“Where do the cobs end up after they go through the combine?”
“How do you know when one of your cows is sick?”
“How do you make your money?”
“Where do you take the corn you don’t feed to your cows?”