Future of Agriculture
About This Show
Welcome to the Future of Agriculture Podcast with Tim Hammerich. This show looks into the diversity that is agriculture and agribusiness.
The global population is expected to reach 9 billion by 2050 and agriculture is expected to produce more food with less land and less water. Agribusiness will be part of the future to constantly innovate and find sustainable ways of meeting the challenges of tomorrow.
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Most Recent Episode
Future of Agriculture 024: AgriTourism with Matt Krueger of the Valley Corn Maize and K&D Krueger Farms
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Happy Halloween! I hope for many of you this means the end to a successful growing season and a bountiful harvest. To celebrate this season, we are happy to bring on a farmer who has recently started a venture in the agritourism space. Matt Krueger of K&D Krueger Farms is a 4th generation farmer in the Red River Valley of Minnesota. Two years ago, Matt and his family decided to launch a corn maze for the people of his community. The response has been outstanding, and Matt expects upwards of 5,000 people to attend the Valley Corn Maize this year. Matt shares his experiences in this industry, the help he has received, and the ability for families to make lifelong memories through this business. You can learn more about the Valley Corn Maize here: http://www.valleycornmaize.com/ If you’re interested in contacting Matt or learning more about his overall farming operation, visit his website: http://www.kdkruegerfarms.com Matt also mentions the assistance he has received from the The Maize Company:http://www.themaize.com Thanks for listening! We really appreciate you taking the time to listen to the Future of Agriculture Podcast. The response has been outstanding. Please feel free to leave a note in the comment section below. The best way to spread the word about our Podcast is to share your favorite episode using the social media share buttons in the podcast player you are using. You can also leave a review on iTunes. This helps us spread the word about the people, perspectives, and innovations that provide our future food, clothing, fuel, shelter, and natural resources. We also encourage you to tell any of your friends that are interested in farming, livestock, agribusiness, or AgTech to check out our show!