Iowa Family Weighs Future Of Farm The Griffieon family grows corn, soybeans and livestock on 1,150 acres near Ankeny, Iowa. Craig and LaVon Griffieon are thinking about future generations on the farm as well as their debate over which is better: chemicals and genetically modified seeds or organic farming.
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Iowa Family Weighs Future Of Farm

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Iowa Family Weighs Future Of Farm

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American Family Farms

Learn more about the Griffieon family farm in Iowa and four other family farms through the public radio series Five Farms.

The Griffieon family grows corn, soybeans and livestock on 1,100 acres near Ankeny, Iowa. Craig and LaVon Griffieon are thinking about future generations on the farm as well as their debate over which is better: chemicals and genetically modified seeds or organic farming.