Listen Play the interview One of my favorite things about small-scale farming has been meeting other small-scale farmers. In short, you've got to be a bit of a character to decide to spend your days playing in the dirt while also trying to squeeze a living out of it. Gallows humor is a typical characteristic, as is a certain joie de vivre, at least when the the stress level isn't too high. One of the best and funniest farmers I've ever met is John Soehner, who runs Eco Farm with his wife Cindy near Chapel Hill. I was delighted to …
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