Third-generation farmer in the running for Indiana’s Achievement Award Finalist
August 18, 2022 07:22 AM •
Whitney Nickless has worked on her family’s diversified farm since she was 12 years old, which was the beginning of a lifelong commitment to the operation.
The Indiana Farm Bureau introduces us to the 2022 Achievement Award finalist.
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