Virtual meetings are becoming more common for the upcoming winter meeting season. Wendell, Minnesota farmer Steve Lacey isn’t surprised see meetings like the Commodity Classic go virtual. In fact, these virtual meetings are one-way agriculture and farm businesses can adapt during COVID. Lacey says there are pros and cons. “You can get more stuff done in a shorter amount of time and still tend to your normal, day-to-day farming operation, but the downside is not getting face-to-face time, which everyone cherishes so much. I understand the circumstances.” Lacey is a member of the National Association of Wheat Growers board of directors.
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