IN A modest office round the corner from Mansfield’s High Street, one man’s dream to revolutionise farming is gathering momentum. It was three years ago that Nathan MacPhee’s aspirations to become a farmer were thwarted by the realisation that his recently purchased country lifestyle was not large enough to run cattle in numbers that would […]
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It may come as a surprise to you that the world’s agriculture industry – the multi-trillion dollar industry that feeds us – operates on a very informal basis in most of the world. From large-scale growers in the Global North to smallholder subsistence farmers in the Global South, a huge amount of business is done
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