Mike Noll lives in the southern thumb with his wife Jordan and four children, where he farms with his dad and brother. Not only do they milk cows, but they raise beef, corn, wheat, soybeans, sugar beets, alfalfa, and dry beans. He coaches, serves on several boards, and takes to heart the advice of former Michigan Farm Bureau President Wayne Wood: try to leave everything a little better than when you started.
Listen as Mike talks about:
- How an FFA advisor knew after overhearing an argument between him and his brother that they were great at communicating
- How he and Jordan met on her school field trip to the farm, and how all the parents were wishing they would date
- What difficult decision unexpectedly benefited their farm
- Why he prefers one lake over another, even if his wife doesn’t
- The beauty of the wheat harvest, and why
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