Young farmer already thinking about the future
April 17, 2009
By: NC Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler
I love visiting farms, and I take every opportunity I can to get out of the office and meet with farmers. Last week, I spent a rainy afternoon with Lin Andrew at his Chestnut Hill Farm in Chatham County. Lin raises grassfed beef cattle on 170 acres. He also has laying chickens. At 39 or 40, he’s what I’d call a young farmer, well under the state’s average farming age of 57.
Read the full post on Commissioner Troxler's blog.
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