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Massive computing power and better tools are making it harder to hide submarines. and that as a Muslim, Square. according to Yonhap news agency. "I am surprised that senior Congress leaders have not yet dismissed such statements in the public domain and their silence gives encouragement to such statements.rhodan@time. He also announced the names of serving ministers, The upgrade lets customers dip and remove their chip card in two seconds or less without waiting for the transaction to be finalized." Barsness said. Minn. a farm and resort town in the state’s lake country His father Dave was a fisheries specialist with the state Department of Natural Resources and his mother Cheryl was a teacherCheryl was the daughter of farmers Harry and Ellen Westberg who lived on a farm near Hoffman a town of 700 in central Minnesota Andrew Barsness sometimes visited his grandparents’ farm but had no intention of ever taking over the operation which has 270 tillable acresBut that began to change in 2010 after the death of his grandparents who had continued to operate the farm Barsness — undecided what to do in life — was encouraged to try farming and he agreed starting out with 60 acres of soybeans in 2011 Beans and corn common across Minnesota are the dominant rotational crops in the Hoffman areaCheryl Barsness who had retired from teaching taught Andrew how to drive a tractor fix equipment and other ag basics "She was such a big help" as were his grandfather’s notes and neighborly advice Andrew saidEven so most of what he knows about farming today came from figuring out things on his own he saidCheryl said she’s pleased that her son is farming and respects how hard he’s worked and how much he’s learnedAndrew now 27 found that he enjoyed all aspects of farming and decided to make it a career That led him to earn a degree in farm and ranch management from the University of Minnesota Crookston in 2015This is the third year that Andrew has farmed on his own He rents the land from family members"It’s really nice that he’s there and farming And it makes him so happy to be farming and we’re happy for him" Cheryl saidOrganic expansionThe farm’s relatively small size would make it difficult for Barsness to earn a living through conventional agriculture so he raises organic crops which typically fetch a higher price than conventionally grown ones For example organic soybeans now sell for between $20 to $30 per bushel compared with $9 to $10 per bushel for conventional soybeans he said"Organic is a lot more profitable" albeit with greater challenges in controlling weeds among other things he saidBarsness is optimistic he’ll finish in the black "just barely" this crop seasonOrganic also appeals to him because he prefers "the natural approach" he saidBarsness stresses that he’s not opposed to conventional crops and that "I’m hesitant to declare organic is better morally I know there’s a lot of controversy surrounding GMOs and chemicals but I just haven’t done enough research (to reach a conclusion)"Barsness is transitioning his farm to certified organic He began the 36-month process two years ago and expects to complete it next year allowing him to market his 2018 crop as certified organicThough he’s growing only soybeans this year he plans to raise other organic crops in the future Organic farmers use diverse crop rotations to control weeds and insects and to improve soil healthBarsness expects to add organic small grains which he would sell to brewing companies for use in the burgeoning craft beer industryHe’s also interested in raising and selling organic hops for use in craft beer Hops would require a big commitment both in money and time howeverHis future could include farming the remaining 110 acres of his family’s 270-acre farm in addition to the 160 acres he farms now Those 110 acres currently are rented to other farmersMore young farmersBy all accounts the number of young farmers though low is growing That reflects tough times in agriculture in the 1990s and early 2000s which discouraged would-be young farmers then and kept farms in the hands of older operations Now the delayed "generational turn" is picking up with ag producers in their 60s and 70s finally transferring their farms to young farmersOne sign of that: The US Department of Agriculture’s 2012 Census of Agriculture which provides the most reliable statistics available found that farmers aged 25 to 34 with fewer than 10 years on the farm accounted for 171 percent of all principal US farmers up from 135 percent in 2007The 2017 census conducted this summer is expected to show a further increase"There are more young farmers now than there were a few years ago" Barsness saidHe offers this respectful suggestion to established farmers who will sell or downsize their operations in the next few years:"If you’re looking to sell or rent your land it would be nice if you’d consider a young farmer" he said He also encourages older farmers to consider partnership with young producers or serve as mentorsThere’s a "natural tendency to doubt the abilities of young people who might do things a little differently or are entering a new industry" Barsness said noting he falls into both categories"But give us a chance Farming is important to us too"Mentors and moreAll farmers and ranchers face challenges But ag producers just starting out can encounter particularly daunting obstaclesFinding a mentor — an experienced established operator who provides personal advice — can help be a huge benefit for newcomers said Andrew Barsness a young Hoffman Minn.

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