For Kin and Clan, or for Country?

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Opinion

Divide and conquer. It’s one of the oldest, most prolific, and most well understood adages in history. Unfortunately, agriculture is a heavily segmented industry — tribal, in a sense — making it particularly vulnerable to this tactic. Attacks against certain aspects of farming and food — whether focused on animal welfare, environmental practices, or what have you – are well known to us all. Yet, for some reason, we often spend as much time reinforcing the palisades around each other as we do the thoroughfares in between. How we speak and what we say to each other exposes gaps in…

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