A few years ago, things were going smoothly for Eric Neill and his family.
Neill was making good money as a construction superintendent for a commercial contractor in Kansas City, traveling the country, running challenging job sites. But he wasn’t satisfied.
“I decided I wanted to be a farmer,” he said. “I’ve always wanted to be a farmer.”
So Neill and his wife, Julie Neill, met with an extension agent and asked how they could make a living with a farm.
That is a tall order.