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Harris’ Hibma a Power to Do More winner

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Thousands of votes have been cast and three farmers have been awarded the power to do more with a $10,000 donation to their community. Of the 10 finalists in the Power to Do More contest sponsored by Resicore herbicide, Chad...

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Thousands of votes have been cast and three farmers have been awarded the power to do more with a $10,000 donation to their community. Of the 10 finalists in the Power to Do More contest sponsored by Resicore herbicide, Chad Hibma of Harris, Iowa, is among the winners and earn a sports trip for two.


Dow AgroSciences is donating a total of $37,000, with $10,000 to the three winning communities and an additional $1,000 to the communities of the remaining seven finalists.

 

Hibma submitted a photo of his daughter, Avery (age 2), and himself in his family’s cornfield. He and his wife, Ashley, have three more children, ages 9, 11 and 13. Hibma farms corn and soybeans, and he raises hogs with his father right outside of Harris.

 

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As a winner of the Power to Do More contest, Hibma will receive two tickets to a football game at Sports Authority Field in Denver this fall, plus $10,000 for the National FFA Organization chapter in his hometown. He’s a former member of the Harris Lake Park FFA.

 

Among the other finalists was Matt Widboom of Worthington, who earned a $1,000 donation to the Worthington Area YMCA.

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