Henry H. Krusekopf

Henry H. Krusekopf

Henry H. Krusekopf (1886-1979) was a leading expert on soils, spending 48 years as a professor and researcher in the College of Agriculture at the University of Missouri, where he was also a founding member of FarmHouse International Fraternity, Inc.. He received his B.S. in agriculture in 1908 and his masters in 1916 from Missouri.

He did graduate work at Illinois in 1931-32. He was the author of numerous publications and journals on soil development and soil survey.

"Krusey" was a member of a number of scientific, honorary and professional societies. He also consulted a number of federal and international agencies on agriculture, flood control, forestry and Indian land claims.

In his spare time, Krusekopf owned and operated a farm in southeast Missouri.


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