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Brian Grossman
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  • Linton, ND
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I'm the son of a 1st generation farmer and Damn Proud Of It!.... Grossman Farms, Inc.

I'm a 22 year old farm kid from Linton, ND. We raise mainly wheat and sunflower and have a herd of cattle. I have been active on our farm ever since I was old enough to go with my dad in the morning. I'm currently a senior at North Dakota State University, Fargo ND; majoring in Agricultural Economics with a minor in Crop and Weed Science. After college I plan on returning to the farm and taking over what I love and do best!

I respect all farmers of any practices as long as they respect my own ways. I am not afraid of change and willing to listen to others as long as it is progressive and possible. I live in reality so am only interested in what is realistic. I am open to others point of views but if someone feels the need to attack my ways I will defend it to the bitter end. I am always willing to answer any questions that anybody may have and I love asking others about how they do things and try to learn from others.

"There is no such thing as a stupid question, just a stupid thought to not ask it!"
"There is no such thing as luck, it is only the difference between good and poor decisions."

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At 3:38pm on April 8, 2013, Morgan McNeal said…

Hey you still alive, None of the original guys have done any posting on here anymore, Where do you tend to do your farm chatting?

At 7:26pm on November 12, 2010, Jason Becker said…
Psh I know!! Sorry some of us have to work instead of screw off in school!! Lol. Hope everything up in ND is good! Need some green on this page!
At 11:04am on October 29, 2010, Stephanie Ford said…
Hey Brian sorry I've been SO slow in replying about my goats...right now we still only have 4 and we're not quite sure what we want to do with them. Their 100' x 100' with wooded area and grass didn't last very long and my thoughts were that we would put them in a field we are not using and get some premade fence panels. They like to lean against the fence to scratch themselves and this has sort of warped our fence to where they can sneak out underneath it. They get fed plenty every day, they are just curious little animals. I don't know of anyone around here who would want goat meat or milk...I wish we had bought some cows instead :(
At 12:01pm on October 6, 2010, Jeff Caldwell said…
Hey, Brian. Thanks for letting me know about that video. Yep, something's buggy here!

Tried to embed a video from our Marketeye page. Here is the video I tried to add:
http://www.agriculture.com/markets/marketeye
At 4:00pm on September 25, 2010, martin schaffranek said…
Hello Brain! How are you? Thanks for getting back with me, I thought you got busy with the Harvest and you forgot about me. Let me know whats going on from time to time. I imagine right now your involved with the Harvest mainly and also trying to get ready for the winter. Sometime I'll tell you about my experience with Rice down here in Texas. In the meantime check this out and get back with me when you can. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Houston_Livestock_Show_and_Rodeo Have a good Harvest, Your Friend Martin
At 7:14pm on August 9, 2010, Alyssa Brashear said…
Hey!! How's ND this summer? Long time no talk. Thought I'd drop a line.....
At 1:46pm on July 15, 2010, martin schaffranek said…
Hello BRIAN, Please drop me a note when you can. Thanks, MARTIN martinschaffranek@yahoo.com
At 4:58pm on July 8, 2010, martin schaffranek said…
Hi Brian, I thought you would like this so check it out. Get back with me at your convenience, Take Care MARTIN in Texas! http://www.hlsr.com/
At 2:49pm on July 1, 2010, martin schaffranek said…
Hi Brian, Thanks for getting back with me. I like your screensaver on your website here. I had about 20-25 hours of Soils Science. I had one 5 hour course in Weed Science (it was excellant), I have one 5 hour course in Forages (it was excellant) and one 5 hour course in Ag. Mechanization (it was excellant as well). I like the Science end of things. But Ag. Econ. fascinated me also, unfortunately I would have liked to have had Statistics for this. I went to The Ohio State University, It is the 2nd largest University in the nation, with the 2nd largest Ag. College. It was quite an experience. I am trying to do Volunteer work with NRCS. Oh yes they do have Rice in Texas, Also in Louisiana and mississippi. We have the world's LARGEST rodeo here in Houston. Drop me a note if you have time. Martin
At 5:54pm on June 29, 2010, martin schaffranek said…
Hi Brian! Thanks for getting back with me. They grow a lot of Wheat in the Texas Panhandle. I am in another part of the state (SE) and I have been working on other things. I have an undergraduate degree from Ohio State in Soils Science. I have been working on Rice, Weed problems and water problems amongst other things. please keep in touch maybe we can help each other on the internet? Best, MARTIN

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Who supports small town USA??

Posted on February 16, 2010 at 8:00pm 2 Comments

To everybody who is from a small town or even a big town and still supports rural life needs to read this article: http://www.inforum.com/event/article/id/269229/…

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2009 North Dakota Flood

Posted on March 24, 2009 at 12:31pm 11 Comments

When many think of North Dakota they think of winter year round, cold, and no major cities. Well many of this seems to be right, this year we had record breaking snow falls with extremely cold temperatures. However, in recent weeks we have been seeing above normal temperatures, above normal precipitation and yes Massive Flooding. I am stranded in Fargo because all roads in my county are closed due to flooding, most of the county is out of power because of the blizzard that is moving through and… Continue
 
 
 

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