2001 Glenn Brown

Glenn Brown

Glenn Brown was born on February 25, 1928. Glenn lives on the same farm in Deer Creek Township that has been in his family since 1852. Glenn graduated from Delphi High School in 1946. Glenn is married to Mary and between them they have 8 children. Glenn has 4 boys; Rick, Doug, Greg and Ron; and Mary has 3 boys, Eric, Jay and Pat Clawson; and 1 girl, Anita Force.

Glenn has been a grain farmer and pork producer since he graduated from High School. His swine operation was one of the first to completely go to confinement, including his sow herd. His oldest son, Rick, joined the operation following his return from college.

Glenn has always been very involved in the community and as a youngster he was active in the Carroll County Rural Youth and served as a Youth representative on the Extension Board.
Glenn has worked closely with Purdue University over the years and has cooperated with them on Computer Records, researching the needs of Selenium, drug testing for Tylan – Sulfa, and has offered his farm to Purdue University Veterinary personnel as a training site.

Glenn has been a member of the Carroll County Farm Bureau and has served as a Director for there organization. He worked as a team member with Texas A & M on some swine record keeping for Indiana Hog Farms. Glenn has worked at the Carroll County 4-H Fair for a number of years in different capacities. He has been a long time supporter of the Carroll County Pork Producers and has assisted in many of their programs.

Glenn takes pride in assisting with the County Christmas Basket project and he has been a blood donor for several years. Glenn is very active in his church, Delphi United Methodist, where he has been a board member and a trustee.

February 11, 2010


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