FARMERS need to learn how to better communicate and shouldn't confuse issues because of internal fighting over which method is better, according to Fair Oaks Farms founder Michael McCloskey.
"What's important to me is to share that all farming is good," whether organic, modern, small or local, McCloskey said during testimony at a House agriculture subcommittee hearing on direct marketing.
"Farmers cannot fight against each o
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