Farmers

Take classes in math, accounting, and business to prepare for the management responsibilities of running a farm. To further assist you in management and the use of farming-related technology, take computer classes. Chemistry, biology, and earth science classes can help you understand the various processes of crop production. Since many farmworkers speak Spanish as their primary language, it is a good idea to take Spanish to improve your ability to communicate with these workers. Technical and shop courses will help you to better understand agricultural machinery. With county extension courses, you can keep abreast of developments in farm technology.


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