Why Do You Love Working in Agriculture? What Keeps Industry Players Engaged

mitch monsanto momentum tourEven after the stresses of market crashes, unexpected weather events and disagreements in the workplace, there is a force that keeps so many of us involved in agriculture. Our passion can be driven by many factors: a love of the land, an appreciation for the outdoors, respect for flora and fauna or simply the hope that we’re making a difference.

This year, at the 2014 Momentum Tour, we decided to ask Monsanto employees to identify that single factor that keeps them in agriculture. Here are some of the responses.


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