Dan Brick is a fifth-generation farmer in Greenleaf, Wisconsin who earnestly takes his role as steward and caretaker of Wisconsin’s natural resources and water ways. In our conversation we talked about some of the challenges with farming in Wisconsin, experimentation with reduced disturbance manure applications, the ability to learn lessons from your failures, biogas and carbon neutral milk production, thinking like a CEO, how the type and quality of soil can make your vegetables taste better, and so much more. There’s a lot packed into this nearly 40-minute episode. Enjoy! More >>