Grower News: WSA President Featured in Article

BY  | April 14, 2016 - 

Wisconsin Soybean Association (WSA) President Brad Kremer and his family-owned Hillcrest Family Farms was recently profiled in Agriview. You can read the entire article here.

In the article, Kremer talks about the need for strong advocates for agriculture. Kremer was a 2015 graduate of the American Soybean Association’s DuPont Young Leader Program.

Kremer enjoys the challenges of operating his farm with his wife, Nicci, and their sons, Cole and Gunnar.

Already operating just under 2500 acres and a 200-cow dairy, Kremer sees opportunity for further growth.

He also sees the need for agriculture to get better at speaking with one voice so lawmakers understand the vital importance of agriculture.

While a growing world population can mean a bright future for agriculture, “If you want that future and believe in it, you better be ready to fight for it,” Kremer said to his fellow farmers.


 Photo courtesy of, and 2016 copyright held by, Jane Fysken/Agri-View


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