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One of the biggest jobs the farm leader has is the need to size up different opportunities that arise for the operation. It’s no secret that the number of opportunities or different types of side businesses that the farm could get involved with is basically endless.
If you’re leading a farm operation, you’ve probably recognized that the people on your farm tend to catch more of what you do than what you say. What I mean by that is: because more is caught than taught, what leaders do — and don’t do — in terms of their day-to-day behavior on the farm makes a big difference.
Farming certainly is a competitive business, perhaps now even more than ever. To maintain a competitive edge, farm leaders often consider ways to grow or expand their operation.
Many farm leaders say that marketing their crop is one of the most challenging things that they do. In all types of markets, thoughts of uncertainty about what may happen — and sometimes even anxiety or fear — are common.