As a boy, Gary Hirshberg, cofounder of Stonyfield Farm, watched his family-run shoe company go bankrupt due to changes in the market. He went off to college eschewing any career in business. But, his entrepreneurial roots called upon him. It all started with one cow and a delicious yogurt recipe. Hear Hirshberg speak of how he faced big, relentless debt, his steadfastly loyal mother-in-law and his investment in making playing fields across the U.S. organic. Plus, find out why the liberally-minded Hirshberg thanks Ronald Reagan for his success.