Farming, Sucession

We, farmers, are evolving dully

Apart from agricultural techniques, and morals and ethics, of course, I’m not sure what I could say we have learned from older fellows.

When I think on some other key aspects of our business, like sucession, climate risks assessments, or market strategies, I notice that those have been discussed in such an empirical and disconnected way among us, that makes it rare to find any form of record where one could ground a group of clarifications on these themes. Resultant evolution throughout generations has been slow or absent.

We, farmers, are evolving dully.
This blog is an effort to change that.

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