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October 28, 2021 22 min

Farmer demonization has become an acceptable pastime, but much of the criticism comes from a place of ignorance about the reality of life on the land.

In this sixth episode of the Podcast I had a talk with Derrick Josi about how farmer face their own peculiar challenges and most are occasionally demonized by the public opinion.

Other than the action of farming itself, farmers like nothing more than to talk about their work; they would just like to be engaged in the conversation before they are demonized.

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