Like many college students, Brian Bates started school all straight and narrow but then veered off track. But rather than joining a radical club or mastering keg stands, Bates’ unplanned foray led him into farming. He wasn’t raised on a farm, he didn’t own land, and he certainly hadn’t been gunning for a career in agriculture, but Bates began studying it in school and then landed an internship on a farm. Before long he’d found his calling.
A few years ago
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