Change is good (and other lies we tell ourselves)

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Opinion

Recently, I was asked to speak at the Alberta Ag Services Board’s 70th annual meeting. The theme centered around change and all that agriculture had evolved through in the last 70 years. From horse-drawn implements, to variable rate, sectional control-equipped seeding equipment, the last 70 years has literally been a technological revolution in producing food. The topic I was asked to cover centered on adapting to the “new normal,” and how to keep up with what feels like an exponential rate of change. It was a tall order, but I finally got whacked by some inspiration on a flight somewhere…

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