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Courtesy photoJason Frerich, during a SDSU trip to South America, toured agriculture operations in Argentina and Brazil. This picture was taken on one of the largest Hereford cattle operations in Argentina.

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Farmer. Rancher. Instructor. Advisor. Legislator. Jason Frerichs of Wilmot, SD wears many hats in his booming career, a balancing act that he handles with ease. As a 2007 graduate from South Dakota State University (SDSU), Frerichs has since pursued his goals with a fierce determination, putting his passion for agriculture in action with his many activities.

The Frerichs family owns a farm and ranch in Roberts County. His father, Kent, teaches agriculture education in Wilmot, and his mother, Faye, is a nurse. They raised four children – Aaron, Jason, Ryan and Miranda – and the boys are all involved in the family operation. Aaron, 31, oversees the crop side, and Jason, 25, owns and manages the cattle, and younger brother Ryan, 22, works as a cattle-hand and mechanic on the place.

Farmer. Rancher. Instructor. Advisor. Legislator. Jason Frerichs of Wilmot, SD wears many hats in his booming career, a balancing act that he handles with ease. As a 2007 graduate from South Dakota State University (SDSU), Frerichs has since pursued his goals with a fierce determination, putting his passion for agriculture in action with his many activities.



The Frerichs family owns a farm and ranch in Roberts County. His father, Kent, teaches agriculture education in Wilmot, and his mother, Faye, is a nurse. They raised four children – Aaron, Jason, Ryan and Miranda – and the boys are all involved in the family operation. Aaron, 31, oversees the crop side, and Jason, 25, owns and manages the cattle, and younger brother Ryan, 22, works as a cattle-hand and mechanic on the place.

Farmer. Rancher. Instructor. Advisor. Legislator. Jason Frerichs of Wilmot, SD wears many hats in his booming career, a balancing act that he handles with ease. As a 2007 graduate from South Dakota State University (SDSU), Frerichs has since pursued his goals with a fierce determination, putting his passion for agriculture in action with his many activities.



The Frerichs family owns a farm and ranch in Roberts County. His father, Kent, teaches agriculture education in Wilmot, and his mother, Faye, is a nurse. They raised four children – Aaron, Jason, Ryan and Miranda – and the boys are all involved in the family operation. Aaron, 31, oversees the crop side, and Jason, 25, owns and manages the cattle, and younger brother Ryan, 22, works as a cattle-hand and mechanic on the place.

Farmer. Rancher. Instructor. Advisor. Legislator. Jason Frerichs of Wilmot, SD wears many hats in his booming career, a balancing act that he handles with ease. As a 2007 graduate from South Dakota State University (SDSU), Frerichs has since pursued his goals with a fierce determination, putting his passion for agriculture in action with his many activities.

The Frerichs family owns a farm and ranch in Roberts County. His father, Kent, teaches agriculture education in Wilmot, and his mother, Faye, is a nurse. They raised four children – Aaron, Jason, Ryan and Miranda – and the boys are all involved in the family operation. Aaron, 31, oversees the crop side, and Jason, 25, owns and manages the cattle, and younger brother Ryan, 22, works as a cattle-hand and mechanic on the place.


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