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I love farming. Every day is different and it’s good, honest work in the great outdoors. But it’s not just the job that I enjoy.
When city chief executives talk about their businesses, they typically wind up their soliloquies with that old cliché: “But really it’s all about the people.” There is an element of truth in such platitudes. Farmers are funny old fish, but beneath their weathered exteriors they’re just good people. I’ve met a fair few over the years.
Take “Sam”, for example.…
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