Naig looks back at 2023 & ahead to 2024

It has become almost cliché to say that the year that is ending, has been a “strange one.” Ever since the Chinese Trade War, we have been saying that in agriculture. We were just fortunate to have the pandemic fall in 2020, and it gave us a reason to say that the years were getting more and more strange as they went along. While it may have been true three years ago, it is not necessarily true this year. It isn’t that the years are getting stranger, it has just become easier to say that than to admit that we are facing new challenges every time we go around the sun.

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