17 years in, Nemaha farmer finds organic pays off

Corn brings $10-12 per bushel; also raises alfalfa, soybeans, oats

In 2006 we reported on Seth Smith, the Nemaha farmer who had converted 260 acres to organic production.

Seventeen years later, he’s still at it, now with spouse Etta, who helps run the operation and kids Skylar, four, and Lane, almost two. Seth partners with his father Lynn.

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