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FFA builds youth leaders in agriculture

Amanda Nolz

Gronseth photoCollin Gronseth on the family farm near Mitchell, SD.

Collin Gronseth has farming in his blood. His grandparents, who farm near Britton, SD, just earned the century farm honor from the state of South Dakota. His parents, Wayne and Barb, own a 600 head cattle operation near Mitchell, SD with 480 acres of farmland and 320 acres of hay ground. The Gronseth family also sells hay and straw, putting up over 4,000 straw bales each year.

As an upcoming senior in high school, Gronseth is looking forward to graduation and attending South Dakota State University in the fall to study agriculture. His goal is to return to the family farm to feed cattle after his four years of upper education, but first, he has a few hurdles to jump in his final year in FFA.

Collin Gronseth has farming in his blood. His grandparents, who farm near Britton, SD, just earned the century farm honor from the state of South Dakota. His parents, Wayne and Barb, own a 600 head cattle operation near Mitchell, SD with 480 acres of farmland and 320 acres of hay ground. The Gronseth family also sells hay and straw, putting up over 4,000 straw bales each year.

As an upcoming senior in high school, Gronseth is looking forward to graduation and attending South Dakota State University in the fall to study agriculture. His goal is to return to the family farm to feed cattle after his four years of upper education, but first, he has a few hurdles to jump in his final year in FFA.

Collin Gronseth has farming in his blood. His grandparents, who farm near Britton, SD, just earned the century farm honor from the state of South Dakota. His parents, Wayne and Barb, own a 600 head cattle operation near Mitchell, SD with 480 acres of farmland and 320 acres of hay ground. The Gronseth family also sells hay and straw, putting up over 4,000 straw bales each year.

As an upcoming senior in high school, Gronseth is looking forward to graduation and attending South Dakota State University in the fall to study agriculture. His goal is to return to the family farm to feed cattle after his four years of upper education, but first, he has a few hurdles to jump in his final year in FFA.

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Collin Gronseth has farming in his blood. His grandparents, who farm near Britton, SD, just earned the century farm honor from the state of South Dakota. His parents, Wayne and Barb, own a 600 head cattle operation near Mitchell, SD with 480 acres of farmland and 320 acres of hay ground. The Gronseth family also sells hay and straw, putting up over 4,000 straw bales each year.

As an upcoming senior in high school, Gronseth is looking forward to graduation and attending South Dakota State University in the fall to study agriculture. His goal is to return to the family farm to feed cattle after his four years of upper education, but first, he has a few hurdles to jump in his final year in FFA.

Collin Gronseth has farming in his blood. His grandparents, who farm near Britton, SD, just earned the century farm honor from the state of South Dakota. His parents, Wayne and Barb, own a 600 head cattle operation near Mitchell, SD with 480 acres of farmland and 320 acres of hay ground. The Gronseth family also sells hay and straw, putting up over 4,000 straw bales each year.

As an upcoming senior in high school, Gronseth is looking forward to graduation and attending South Dakota State University in the fall to study agriculture. His goal is to return to the family farm to feed cattle after his four years of upper education, but first, he has a few hurdles to jump in his final year in FFA.

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