Opinion

Sometimes, people who understand agriculture – farmers, for example – are reluctant to enter into a public forum to talk about the profession they love. Other times, they’ll stand up and speak voluntarily, as leaders of their commodity organization or farm group. But on at least one occasion, others still will actually pay for the opportunity to tell the world what’s on their mind. And if you’re energized by what’s becoming known as agvocacy, you’ll be glad to know these numbers are growing. Next month, the Canadian Young Speakers for Agriculture (CYSA) competition will be publicly staged for the 28th time,…

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