Iowa Family Pitches In To Make Profit Off Livestock
John Biewen and Rob Dillard
National Public Radio-All things Considered
The growing season is over in all but the warmest parts of the country, but for most farmers the work goes on.
For nearly a year, NPR has been following the Griffieon family of Ankeny, Iowa, who live in a white clapboard house on 1,150 acres that have been in the family since the late 1800s.
This past growing season, the Griffieons raised a successful crop of corn and soybeans.