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See Columnist Tyler Bruch Live

Corn & Soybean Digest’s Brazil columnist, Tyler Bruch, 28, was featured in a special CNBC business news program Sunday, May 4. His company, Global Ag Investments, was profiled on the Business Nation program. Bruch explained how he transitioned from being a young, Emmetsburg, IA, farmer to a 50,000-acre farmer in Bahia, Brazil. Click below to link to three video segments from the full program.




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Field of Dreams
Mon. Apr. 28 2008 | Running Time 2:12
At age 22, Tyler Bruch came to Bahia, Brazil, with an idea. Today, his idea has grown into 52,000 acres of commodity crops. He takes David Faber back to the farm that started it all.

Field of Dreams/Business Nation
Thurs. Apr. 24 2008 | Running Time 2:32
Tyler Bruch left his family's Iowa farm in search of agricultural opportunities abroad. What he found has become a multi-million dollar business for himself and a field of dreams for investors.

Field of Dreams/Business Nation
Thurs. Apr. 24 2008 | Running Time 2:28
Before Tyler Bruch was farming tens-of-thousands of acres in Brazil, he was working the 2,500 acre family farm in Iowa. We visited Don, Jane and Lance Bruch in Emmetsburg during the harvest.

Read more from Tyler Bruch's monthly column in Corn and Soybean Digest

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