Rein- your comment about farm house severances speaks volumes about the difference between, what I would call a real farmer, and a person who wants to farm.
That may be why, locally, we do not see the want for severances. A local cashcropper even tears the houses down instead of severing. He values the dirt - not the house.
Implementation of the new U.S. Japan free trade agreement is expected to put U.S. pork producers back on a level playing field in that market and help set the tone for future U.S. free trade agreements.
Let’s consult our crystal ball and peer into the future of food. While we can’t predict any certainties in the wild world of agriculture, we can try to forecast and strategize how best to grow our food as demand changes.