At many meetings that I attend across the country, there are hallway discussions that include someone saying, “why do we have so many farm groups?” It’s a question that we will likely hear more often as time goes on. This is not the same as questioning the value of farm groups (they are valuable!), this is a question of whether the number of them still parallels the realities of the day. I believe strongly in the purpose of farm groups and why they exist. I can name many examples where farm groups were the driver of a solution being found…
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