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66 - Vol 17 - Issue 2 - Summer 2008

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For many years I thought "If we farmers could share our successful ideas and tell each other about the things which work and those that don't, we'd all be better off.", and in 1992 I did something about it. Farmers used to share ideas - in the mart, farm sale, on the farm walk. Today there are far fewer opportunities as managers become tractor drivers and farmers need all day to get their work done. Yet, with the pace of change in farm technology and economics, there's an even greater need to share information and ideas than before.


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