Paul Pridgeon is a seventh generation farmer on Pridgeon Farms, where he and his family raise hogs and crops. He, his wife Nikki, and their three daughters just moved closer to the farm to secure a 30-second commute to work. Paul went to Central Michigan for his business degree and MSU for his MBA before deciding to farm in Montgomery. He really enjoys working with and laughing with his family, especially when it’s at his expense.

Listen as Paul talks about:

  • The breakdancing ballet dance parties that occur when you live with four beautiful women
  • The very real effects of Covid on the supply chain and prices
  • Barns of the 80s, 90s, and today
  • Why his least favorite crop surrounds his house
  • What kind of fitness he’s embracing as a dad
  • Why pigs prefer sleeping indoors

 

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