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Before he became editor of the Nebraska Farmer in April 2015, Tyler was driving across the Midwest to interview farmers and ranchers for Missouri Ruralist, Kansas Farmer and Wallaces Farmer.
He grew up immersed in agriculture on his family's farm in southwest Iowa raising corn, soybeans, and beef cows. The farm has been in his family since 1973, but his family's farming roots in southwest Iowa trace back to the 1800s.
Tyler studied Journalism and American Studies while attending the University of Iowa, where he was eager to leave the city limits to interview the farmers in rural Johnson and Washington County. In his last year as a Hawkeye, Tyler got his feet wet riding in combines and tromping through pastures for on-farm interviews while reporting and writing for The Kalona News in the town of Kalona south of Iowa City.
After graduating, he interned at Wallaces Farmer in the summer of 2012, where he got a firsthand look at drought and a number of issues impacting agriculture in Iowa and across the U.S. After covering the 2012 Farm Progress Show and Husker Harvest Days, he joined Penton Agriculture as a regional field editor, covering Iowa, Missouri and Kansas. After traveling to interview farmers and ranchers across the Midwest and attending Husker Harvest Days, Tyler fell in love with the Great Plains and has a heart for Nebraska."I consider it a great honor to serve as the 16th editor of Nebraska's oldest magazine," Tyler says. "I try to keep in mind Don McCabe's advice to be curious about the world. There is no better setting to explore than Nebraska and the wide range of agriculture that calls it home."
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