There’s a saying that’s one thing alongside the traces of, what would you do for those who knew you could possibly not fail?
In farming, failure is all the time an choice and a threat — in any case, biology and climate don’t give two-hoots about what our objectives are. However there’s all the time the promise of attempting one thing new, of discovering a very good match, or making the most of an rising market that retains us going and giving issues a whirl.
On the April thirteenth version of the Farmer Fast Hearth on RealAg Radio, host Shaun Haney requested every of the friends what crop they’d develop if they might, efficiently. I feel it’s an ideal query, and so plunked it in to a ballot for everybody to take part in. (I’d develop veggies, by the best way)