Farmer and social media influencer on struggles and opportunities in farming industry

CBS News

Jul 26, 2019

Fifth generation Minnesota farmer Zach Johnson, known on YouTube as the MN Millennial Farmer, discusses some of the biggest issues facing farmers like him, the challenge of climate change, and the opportunities that still exist in the farming industry.

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4 Responses to Farmer and social media influencer on struggles and opportunities in farming industry

  1. Mark Schumacher in LV says:

    This guy is pretty sharp. He’s a big trumptard though. 5th generation corn and soy farmer who has been given huge amounts of help from the enemy so he could live a very very comfortable fkg life. Listen to him carefully, every word is meant to kiss Jew ass.

    If each of us were given the HANDOUTS this punk sharpie has been given, we would never have to work another day in our subjugated lives.

  2. Katie says:

    Surprised to hear that 97-98% of farms in midwest are family owned. Even though incorporated they are still family farms.

    • Mark Schumacher in LV says:

      Incorporation gives them the ability to depreciate hundreds of thousands of dollars off of millions of dollars worth of equipment which of course goes straight onto his pockets and that doesnt include the hundreds of thousands of handouts backdoored to him for nothing more than to follow orders. These enemy employees sometimes get paid to NOT grow crops as well.

      These farmers are mafia employees who live a very cushy life. They talk about bad weather and how it affects their income, it’s all bullshit, they still get paid one way or another. The bigger the farm, the more cushy things are.

      The smaller farms are the ones getting screwed.

    • Henry Shivley says:

      It only takes 51% of the stock to call it a family farm, and five will get you ten that in 97 – 98% of those family farms the family stockholders have a portfolio holding many other assets.

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