Agricultural Achievement 2015
George and Carly Kakasuleff of Hamilton County won the Indiana Farm Bureau’s Young Farmer Achievement Award.
The award recognizes young farmers who earn a majority of their income from their farms. They are judged on their achievements in their farming operation and leadership abilities.
George represents the third generation to live and work on the grain farm started by his grandfather in the 1950s. The Kakasuleffs raise corn, seed corn and seed soybeans in cooperation with George’s parents and older brother. They also have a young son, Vince.
For winning the award, the Kakasuleffs will receive 250 hours maximum free use of one M-Series tractor (and loader, if appropriate) courtesy of Kubota Tractor; the David L. Leising Memorial Award; and expenses paid to national convention in San Diego.