Farmers should celebrate their differences (commentary)

Farmers should celebrate their differences (commentary)

ONE of the biggest misconceptions within agriculture is that we all do things the same way.

We believe that because our region produces animals or crops in a certain way, that must be how all farmers do it.

Some of us seem to have forgotten how varied and diverse our farming practices can be.

Although farmers and ranchers do have many things in common, we are far from uniform.

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