The U.S. Farmers & Rancher Alliance, with funding from the soy checkoff, recently released a short, five-minute film that underscores the important role agriculture plays in combatting climate change.
The film, titled “30 Harvests,” quickly gained traction on social media boasting more than 200,000 views as of this article’s publication date.
Meagan Kaiser, soy checkoff farmer-leader of Missouri, is featured in the film along with farmer Jay Hill from New Mexico. Both articulate the challenges farmers face while embracing the opportunity to positively impact the environment.
“30 Harvests” poignantly shows the struggles farmers face and conveys that agriculture is a solution to climate change. Farmers and ranchers understand the urgency and are committed to implementing practices that will not only feed an unprecedented population but also run their farms in a way that preserves and protects the environment.
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