The Bullish Farmer
One Man's Journey from the Stock Market to the Farmer's Market

The Bullish Farmer - One Man's Journey from the Stock Market to the Farmer's Market
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Ronald

Very well done. Great info for anyone needing to understand how the farming industry works and how we need changes for the better. And John Boy is a great human being.

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