Myron’s farming roots start on the family farm in Mountain Lake, MN. He began his own livestock ownership as a 7th grader and has owned land or livestock ever since. He graduated from South Dakota State University in 1989 and spent the next 11 years as an Ag Teacher and FFA Advisor in Osage, Iowa while growing his own farm in the Osage area.
In 2000, Myron transitioned from teaching to farm transition planning. He knew this was a calling as he observed serious turmoil when both sides of his grandparents passed away. Both of those farms and families were bitterly divided. He has a passion to help other families avoid those issues .
Myron is the Co-Owner of Farm Financial Strategies, Inc., a company that specializes in developing estate and transition strategies for farm families across the Midwest. An important goal is to take farm families all the way from the start of the process through the “finish line” by getting coordinated documents signed and properly communicated.
In addition, Myron is the Co-Owner of Farm Estate GPS which is designed to provide unbiased education to any farm family. This web-based information focuses on key terms, topics and teaching in both written and video format that subscribers can access anytime to help them take a next step in their planning or to stay aware of relevant estate planning topics available to enhance their existing plans.
Myron currently owns and operates 940 acres of continuous corn and has contracts for both nursery and finishing pigs. He also currently writes a popular farm transition column for both Successful Farming magazine and AgWeek.
He lives on his farm north of Osage, Iowa with his wife, Lisa. They have 4 children, Alexa (25), Tyler (23), and twin girls Emily and Ellie (20). Myron and his family have all been very active in athletics, their church and other mission projects.
Myron is a Registered Representative of Lincoln Financial Securities.