Some recent high-profile articles written by farmers have lamented the crappy economics of farming. But we're not all struggling. One question many such articles fail to ask: is it possible that some farmers aren't making a living because they're not very good at farming?
For the 2014 farming season, one of my farmhands also happened to be a professional photographer. He took lots of great shots. Meanwhile, I maintained a weird journal for the whole season. The results are combined in this post.
A former apprentice and soon-to-be apprenticeship host suggests that farm apprentices, on average, aren't compensated enough, and shares his ideas for improving their lot