Hometown Farmer - 2017 Pt. 1
SIOUXLAND NEWS —
In this edition of "Proud to be a Hometown Farmer," we're taking a look back at the first part of 2017 and some of the incredible stories we've told and people we've met during the first part of the year.
Restoring a tractor can get a little noisy, especially when that tractor is in pieces.
That's what we saw in March at the Sibley-Ocheyedan High School.
Sometimes you have to cause a commotion on a peaceful prairie and remote road, to bump into some bison.
Emily Hohman, with the Nature Conservancy, took us on a wild ride in April, to see 160 bison roaming 1,800 acres at the Broken Kettle Grasslands just north of Sioux City.
And in May, we saw the horses of the Abu Bekr White Horse Mounted Patrol.
Tune in next week to take another look back at best "Proud to be a Hometown Farmer" stories from 2017.
In the meantime, if you have a farmer you'd like to nominate, please email Jake at: email@example.com.