Farmers are used to adapting to circumstances, whether it’s droughts, floods, or pest infestations. Global Farmer Network member Julio Fernandez Speroni, Argentina, tells how he is adapting in the face of the pandemic and finding the solutions needed to continue delivering food globally. Link to the original article at the Bayer.com website here.
WRITTEN BY Deceased (1975-2021) Julio Speroni's farm is located in the Entre Rios province of Argentina. On 4,500 acres of land, he runs Hereford and Angus cattle on the open range, producing 800-850 steers from 1,000 cows. He and his staff are big believers in good animal welfare practices. He also plants corn, soybeans, sorghum and rye grass using no-till techniques.