Stacy and Troy Hadrick truly practice what they preach. This fifth-generation South Dakota ranching couple is helping to make the voice of agriculture louder and more influential by putting a face to the people who put food on our plates.
They simply tell their stories to anyone who will listen. They learned early if you do not tell your story, someone else will. After New York Times reporter Michael Pollan misled the Hadricks and the public about the beef-production process at the Hadricks’ ranch in a scathing story in 2002, the Hadricks learned letting someone else speak for you can have dire consequences.