Jonathan Yoder’s father started growing organically following the Farm Crisis of the 1980s simply to save money. Now, the organic market allows him to grow organic feed grain on a small scale in Montezuma, GA with his family by his side.
Fifth generation farmer, Al Clark serendipitously discovered organic production methods from a neighbor. The organic market offered him a way to cut down on acreage without losing revenue. Now he grows peanuts and soybeans. His pocket calendar serves as a primary tool in his recordkeeping strategy.