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Dan Miller Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Wed Feb 6, 2013 06:48 AM CST

ARLINGTON, Ky. (DTN) -- Corn stands tall in Darren Grogan's memories. Early in his teens, the Arlington, Ky., youth tended all 300 acres of the family farm, harvesting and hauling corn on Saturdays and after school.

"Row-crop farming has been part of my life for as long as I can remember. But the work gave me a love for farming," Darren explained. "Plus, it gave me experience on how to do things on my own."

Darren works with his brother Brian and their father, Bobby, in their family business, Triple G Farms. They oversee a tightly-efficient operation of 16,000 acres ...

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