As we approach Christmas and The Land looks back on the past year, we would like your feedback to make sure we include the highs and lows that mattered to you.
The year 2020 had its share of extremes, as well as disasters, but on the whole agriculture has so far fared well, but we would love to also hear how you're faring too (see survey below) so we can include a snapshot of The Land's readers in our end of year wrap to appear in an upcoming edition.
It has been a roller coaster ride, from bush fires and drought to a wet late summer and autumn, along with the emergence of coronavirus, but then has also featured record stud stock and store cattle prices and some big yields come harvest.
However, a lot of areas need rain again now, especially after the extreme heat that has kicked off December, and a number of our markets are now also feeling the pinch of unfairly high tariffs imposed by China.
While 2020 is not yet done, it has been a year of turmoil and disruption. That's why we would love to hear what you think about the past year, as well as where things are headed from here.
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