Missouri Agriculture Speaker and Comedian
Stories of farming and farm life tailored for agricultural events. You'll enjoy tales of feeding hogs, raising crops, and keeping the farm equipment together with duct tape, bailing wire, and WD-40.
Nationally-touring agriculture speaker and comedian Jerry Carroll has recently performed in: Jefferson City, Kansas City, Marshall, Moberly, Palmyra, Springfield, MO and other cities.
Recent Reviews from Missouri
Mid-Year Conference in Springfield, MO
Jerry Carroll did an exceptional job for us. He took the time to get to know our audience and it was non-stop laughter once he begin. Thanks for your help."
- President, Missouri Association Of Mutual Insurance Companies
Customer Meeting in Kansas City, MO
Jerry Carroll is a top notch entertainer as well as being a genuine nice person! He had several of our customers in tears from laughing so hard! It could not have been any better. He knocked the ball out of the park!!!!"
- Event Planner, AgTrax Technologies
Annual Meeting in Palmyra, MO
You knew Jerry was a farmer as soon as he started to talk. He was great. Just kept people laughing. We had a lot of people come up and say Jerry Carroll was the best speaker we've ever had."
- Owner, B&S Insurance Agency
Young Farmer & Rancher Conference in Jefferson City, MO
Jerry Carroll did a fantastic job! I've heard some really good comments from our board of directors and conference attendees. He related to our crowd well. We will bring him back in the future."
- Director of Field Services, Missouri Farm Bureau
Annual banquet in Moberly, MO
We had numerous comments about what a great event and great entertainment we had at our annual banquet and awards ceremony. We really received more positive comments about this banquet than in years past. Jerry is a HOOT!"
- Executive Director, Moberly Area Chamber of Commerce
Top Producer's Banquet in Kansas City, MO
The crowd really enjoyed Jerry's comedy and he was very professional and a good fit for the corporate crowd. His background in farming was obvious and I had many guest comments that they could tell he truly was a farmer, not just someone pretending to be a farmer."
- Area Manager, Pioneer Hi-Bred