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Nov 22, 2020 | 09:21 1 Reasonable for only SaskFarmer or Furrow maybe



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Nov 22, 2020 | 10:09 2 And I see Agriville has pretty much given up on agriculture. Just a handful repeating and trying to justify the same old lies and conspiracies.

You farmers take care. Farm wisely going forward. After all, you are the target to not only separate you from your income, but to ensure you pay the most for your inputs. And thank you for paying to give all your data and your willingness to tell the world publicly and openly online everything about what you do and believe in. It's important for the entire data industry that sees huge value in farming data, while oddly that you do not, to continue to expand at an alarming rate. Even Telus sees nothing but $$$$. Selling snow cones to the Inuit seems possible after all.

So do like you always do as demonstrated over and over here, complain with very little effort towards a solution or middle ground. It makes it all a lot easier if you stay divided. My career has taken a shift, so I'm really looking forward to leaving ag, certainly isn't what it used to be.

At least think about these things.

One more cool car, races a lotus at 10:00 min.




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  • Nov 22, 2020 | 10:47 3 Are you Ok?

    Take care..... Reply With Quote
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  • Nov 22, 2020 | 11:15 4 If your leaving Ag and Agrivile just remember that famous line

    "Just When I Thought I Was Out, They Pull Me Back In! Reply With Quote
    Nov 22, 2020 | 11:28 5 If I read your post correctly, you are saying farewell to Agriville. That would Be a shame.
    You make more thought-provoking ag related posts than half the other posters put together. I don't haave to agree with your opinion (although I often do), to appreciate your point of view.

    I hope you will come back and post occasionally and I don't care which alias you use.

    I do trust that you are not getting into Public relations or sales in your new career, It does seem that your people skills could use a little polishing. Reply With Quote
    AllisWD45's Avatar Nov 22, 2020 | 11:30 6 Hotel Agriville. You can come and stay but you can never leave Reply With Quote

  • Nov 23, 2020 | 08:47 7
    Quote Originally Posted by AlbertaFarmer5 View Post
    If I read your post correctly, you are saying farewell to Agriville. That would Be a shame.
    You make more thought-provoking ag related posts than half the other posters put together. I don't haave to agree with your opinion (although I often do), to appreciate your point of view.

    I hope you will come back and post occasionally and I don't care which alias you use.

    I do trust that you are not getting into Public relations or sales in your new career, It does seem that your people skills could use a little polishing.
    I didn't need people skills for that role - i needed a much different skill-set. You have to be soul-less and heart-less to be a part of an industry that does what it does to naive farmers and extract a profit thru complex privacy and policy agreements that are never read or understood at all let alone the full scope of.

    Please think about the tough questions that aren't so easily answered by cut and paste. If you can cut and paste an answer, the question is probably not worth discussing. Reply With Quote
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  • Nov 23, 2020 | 08:56 8
    Quote Originally Posted by tweety View Post
    I didn't need people skills for that role - i needed a much different skill-set. You have to be soul-less and heart-less to be a part of an industry that does what it does to naive farmers and extract a profit thru complex privacy and policy agreements that are never read or understood at all let alone the full scope of.

    Please think about the tough questions that aren't so easily answered by cut and paste. If you can cut and paste an answer, the question is probably not worth discussing.
    I have no doubt that your people skills, skill set was appropriate for the job, it just didn't transfer very well to selling your message to fellow farmers on Agriville. Possibly to our own detriment.

    I hope Chuck reads your last post and thinks about it.

    Edit, thanks for spending your time sharing your thoughts with us. It is always easier to do the popular thing, than to say what really needs to be said. Just look at our current political state of affairs to se that exemplified. Reply With Quote