Agriculture is everywhere we look -- horses romping in a pasture along a rural road; our healthy, hardwood forests; all those gleaming, winter-flooded fields giving sustenance to wildlife; and wide, breathtaking fields of corn, cotton, soybeans, rice and wheat lining our highways.
That’s not to mention the clothes on our backs, the sparkling shelves of fresh food items in the grocery store, or even an all-American Saturday barbeque.
Yet many Americans have relegated agriculture to their subconscious. Busy and rushed, they plow through their lives and careers oblivious, discombobulated and disconnected from the soil beneath their feet.
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