College is awesome! I’ve made it back to campus just in time for my two o’clock class. We are working on a sales project and class presentation. I’ve always struggled with public speaking but this is really helping to get me out of my shell!
Networking on campus is one of the biggest things you can do to further yourself and make new friends! I am a member of Alpha Gamma Rho, a fraternity where I live and have made tons of life long friends. I go watch as many guest speakers as I can and always learn something there that helps me with my businesses. I am also a member of collegiate farm bureau, agribusiness club, ASM club, and the plant science club. I highly suggest all college students get as involved as possible on campus!
It's ! Gavin Spoor is a first generation farmer from Martinsburg, a small town in Northeast Missouri. He is currently a Junior attending the University of Missouri in Columbia. Gavin started farming two years ago with 6 rented acres of soybeans. He has continued to grown his operation and currently raises corn, soybeans, popcorn, and cereal rye. Gavin and a friend also own Premier Ag Services LLC.