• Shining Bright E30 | The FarmHerd Dairy Month Special

June 20, 2018

This episode kicks off Dairy Month! Marji gathers up a few friends to talk about building a community, running a business and ICE CREAM!

Growing up in rural Iowa, Stacey Noe developed a deep appreciation for agricultural, community and hard work. With a fulltime marketing job in the animal nutrition industry and a busy home life with her husband and 4 children, why not open a business on the side?!?! Together with her husband Dan and her twin sister Sara and her brother-in-law Jeremy, Stacey opened Double Dipped Ice Cream and Coffee Shop in the spring of 2017. Located in Huxley, IA the small ice cream and coffee shop caterers to the local community serving up some of the tastiest treats in central Iowa.




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