Corning farmer to lead American Soybean Association
CORNING — Ray Gaesser isn’t afraid to be different and take chances.
Gaesser left his boyhood home in Indiana to farm in Iowa — without knowing a soul. He wanted to raise row crops instead of livestock in pastures, which was predominant where he grew up.
When the state’s farmers started planting more corn than soybeans, he fiercely resisted the trend. The rural Corning farmer became a staunch advocate for Iowa’s most popular legume, and joined commodity organizations in the 1980s.
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