Kevin Holten: Future of agriculture is a concern for us all

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Would You’d like to know what’s going to happen tomorrow and The subsequent day?

Properly, sadly or fortunately, solely God is awrestlee of that. And but, I do have an opinion of what might happen, based mostly upon information that I’ve gatright hered.

No, I can’t Inform you if North Korea and Iran are going to grasp the nuclear formulation and blow up the world. And that i can’t Inform you who’s going to be president in 2024. However I can Inform you Regarding the biggest method forward for agriculture.

And right here It is: The household farm and ranch are doomed. In 10 years they’ll all be gone.

And who Shall be affected? Every Definitely one of us Shall be. And the method do I do know? I do know as a Outcome of, not solely is Nobody stopping for them, but so many are stopping towrestleds them.

Truly, proper now, agriculture is Inside the midst of a wrestle.

You see, we’ve been interviewing farmers and ranchers for A pair of months now for a tv subseries We’re producing for RFD-Television and the COWBOY CHANNEL That is titled, “Cattle Enterprise Right now.”

In The tactic we’ve interviewed pretty a few ranchers, cattle consumers, stockyard’s house owners, auctioneers, meat packers and extra Who’re affiliated with the cattle industry in Nebraska, Texas, Oklahoma, Montana, California, North Dakota, Arizona, and Utah, (So far), with extra To return.

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