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As a farmer, there is an unspoken code between a man and the soil. There is a quiet voice telling you when it is time to plant and when it is time to harvest. All farmers, in whatever country on this earth, speak a universal language: "farming."
Farmers have a keen sense of responsibility to the earth, a strong sense of anticipation for weather and its causes and effects, an important sense of urgency for growing things. Farmers are nurturers, nature's caretakers.
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"To whom much is given, much shall be required." Luke 12:48
Prairie Mills is a company made up of a growing group of people, and we live in an abundant place, the Midwest, the heart of America, the breadbasket of the world as some might say. Prairie Mills is fortunate to have productive and progressive farmers, customers and people that work on leading edge products and developments. It is a company that has been blessed with outstanding relationships with customers, suppliers, and has productive and proactive relationships with all of its employees. Even during the past few years that have been a very challenging season of our country's economy, our Company has remained stable and our products relevant and our financial position has remained strong. This is a company that has chosen to engage in the food and farming community, locally and globally. We are a company of common people doing some very uncommon things, and we strive to make a positive and sustainable impact on our communities at home and in selected places around the world.

Beginning in 2006, the Company initiated efforts to build relationships toward helping educate interested stakeholders and youth of host countries about food and farming needs, best practices and projects that build self sufficiency for impoverished rural communities. During the past eight years, John Cory has traversed the globe across five continents and has seen the food and farming industry in virtually all of its forms. He has travelled five times through various countries on the continent of Africa and he has truly seen what we might call, "the last, the least and the lost." Mr. Cory has been an active team member of several NGO's (Church affiliated, University related, and others that are initiatives developed by large Family Offices and their Foundations) that provide education, mentoring and financial assistance for struggling farmers in east Africa.

As a farmer, there is an unspoken code between a man and the soil. There is a quiet voice telling you when it is time to plant and when it is time to harvest. All farmers, in whatever country on this earth, speak a universal language: "farming." Farmers have a keen sense of responsibility to the earth, a strong sense of anticipation for weather and its causes and effects, an important sense of urgency for growing things. Farmers are nurturers, natures caretakers.

After walking dusty roads in many rural places of Africa, where water and food are always in short supply, it is clear, we have been blessed, very blessed. As we have been given hope, may we share that hope to others who have so little, and may they find the joy that we know... From one family to another, one at a time.
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