Be intentional about setting the farm's culture

Every farm leader feels the occasional frustration when it comes to managing employees. A well-thought out and carefully crafted farm culture can help alleviate some of those frustrations. We've found that on operations where the culture has just been allowed to unfold on its own, farm leaders are more frequently having to deal with people problems, thus spending a lot less time on the vital work the farm depends on for success.

Jason Ladman recently spoke with farm broadcaster Dewey Nelson about how and why a farm leader should work with intention to form the culture on the farm. Listen to the interview form KRVN below.