Is becoming an organic farmer right for me?

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How to become an Organic Farmer

Although not a pre-requisite, many farmers choose to go to university and get a degree, with some getting a Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Agriculture or Agribusiness.

Others find the best way to learn about organic farming is to start at the bottom and get a job on an organic farm as a worker, where they can get hands-on experience and learn the skills necessary. Workers will learn about the different types of soil, preparing the soil for planting, tilling, planting, controlling pests, irrigating crops and harvesting crops. Additional skills learned involve taking care of livestock, and working outdoors in all kinds of weather.