Be prepared for farm visits by Chris Judd

Many farms have been visited and will receive requests for visits in the future. Classes of school children are very observant and remember what they hear and see. Retirement home residents enjoy a trip to and the smells of a farm and that face to face contact with farm animals brings back memories of the farm that they knew. Many of our politicians are far removed from the farm and whether they are municipal, provincial or federal, or the employees of these politicians they’re all surprised at the broad knowledge of farmers, the amount of investment on today’s farms, the amount of technology in use on today’s farms and the commitment the farmer has to his job.

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