If you take in as much of the online reading material you could care to stomach, you could agree that, still, much work needs to be done. Agricultural businesses, as things currently stand, is one of the most sought after and depended on by both domestic and commercial consumers. It goes without saying that the world needs to eat. And no wonder that some parts of the world where heavy-scale farming is running at a peak are regarded as the breadbaskets of the world. But unfortunately, as things currently stand, much still needs to be done to turn this around into a sustainable practice.
Any small to medium sized farmer out there will surely agree. Any industrial-sized agricultural concern will surely have to admit. Heavy industrial farming is still putting a lot of pressure on the earth’s green or natural environment. The beef processing industry is one of the leading examples thereof. The more cattle that are put out to pasture, the more food that needs to be produced. And carbon levels continue to skyrocket. Perhaps this suggestion makes just one small contribution out of the many.
Agricultural business owners and their farm hands need to be seen to be using far more sustainable tools. Would a bale spear tractor supply line be a step in the right direction? This question needs to be answered by the professional farmer because, surely, only a farmer would know. You dare say too that the source and suppliers of such farming implements have had a hand or two in the business of farming over the years. Or alternatively, the designers and manufacturers of such supply lines would need to continuously rely on the professional input of the farmer.
Because only a farmer would know.