According to this American farm family, farming is more than just a lifestyle

A passion for farming was passed down to Brock Willard, and from that, he is expanding his family’s operation.

The Illinois Soybean Association introduces us to this week’s American Farm Family, who is a fifth-generation farmer that produces soybeans, corn, and pork.

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