Farmer Views: Open Dialogue Benefits Everyone


Global Farmer Network member Jake Leguee @JakeLeguee from Canada recently hosted the Twitter handle at Farmers No Borders @World_Farmers.

Jake getting a little help on the farm from his son.

Farmers No Borders @World_Farmers is a project of GFN members.  They take turns hosting for a few weeks to share what’s happening on their farm and then hand it over to another GFN member.  It’s a fantastic way to see and learn about about farming in different parts of the world.

Jake shared a thread describing a conversation he and a seasonal employee had on the family farm in Saskatchewan.  It struck us as something worth highlighting and sharing further, because as the title suggests – dialogue is good.

Jake Leguee

Jake Leguee

Jake and his family farm GMO canola, wheat, durum, peas, GMO soybeans, flax and lentils. One of the first farms in the area to grow soybeans in 2010. Now considering corn. No-tilling for 20+ years.

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