How do you wrap up a year like 2020? For Farm Progress, a positive way is to look back with some editors who share their insights on some key issues they covered during the year. This is the first of two episodes featuring six members of the editorial team.
For this episode, Chris Torres, American Agriculturist, shares a story he did in 2020 focused on a farmer who got COVID-19. The farmer survived, but Chris talks about what that experience meant not only to the farmer, but for him personally. Check out the original story too.
John Hart, Southeast Farm Press, shares the story of a family who weathered a challenge with their newborn son – it turned out well – but from that experience got the idea for a new business that uses some of their cotton. And you can read his original story here.
And we wrap up with Holly Spangler, Prairie Farmer, who talks about her in-depth profile of Orion Samuelson, an icon in agriculture. She shares insight on her day with Orion. You can start checking out her coverage with this story, but don't miss the full-week of articles.
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Farm Progress held its first ever Farm Progress Virtual Experience, which was an information-packed farm show including everything from field demonstrations to informative breakout sessions. The event went live recently and all the material, including the extensive trade show with hundreds of exhibitors, available at FPVexp.com. Check it out.
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