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2018 Education Special!

Lot of ways ?to learn to grow?

BY JANET WALLACE

Being a successful small farmer requires many skills. For example, you might need to learn how to control weeds in asparagus, weld equipment, deliver twin calves or develop a business plan. Even after you’ve learned the basics there is always more to learn. As market demand and your competition changes, you might want to grow new crops, provide value-added products or modify your marketing methods. Continuing your education can also help improve efficiency. At workshops and conferences, you can discover […]bóng đá trực tuyến MORE


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