Farms aren’t as mobile as we’d like sometimes, and that can mean leaving your home base to pursue work and life somewhere else. Taking on a new challenge outside of where you grew up has benefits though; for example, expanding your social circle, or diversifying professional opportunities.
For Michelle Baker, with Millstone Crop Services, based in the North Huron County of Ontario, heading to work in a new area meant applying her agronomic skills in a new way — working in precision agriculture.
In this Agronomy Geeks episode, Baker shares her journey in agronomy so far, why she started a podcast in the middle of a pandemic, and what she loves most about working with farmers.
You can find Baker on social media as @ProsperityAgOL.
Listen on (or download for later!) to this chat with Michelle, here: