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  In my books, you are a farmer, a steward of the land. Keep at it. Maybe one day you’ll outgrow your little urban farm and move into the country side. If not, who cares if you’re having fun! If you do move, great! You’ll be taking your experience and customers with you. Farmers are just in it for the money Some people believe that farmers only pursue agriculture as a career in order to get rich. With the money and stress farmers have to invest into the farm to make it successful, it’s hard to believe wealth is the sole reason for their decision.   MYTH #1: FARMERS ARE GENERALLY POOR Most U.S. farmers are not poor, despite what Hollywood and television,portray. In fact, in terms of assets, the average farmer is doing quite well. (a) Small farmers have no collateral against loans. Collateral is an asset that the borrower owns and uses this as a guarantee to a lender until the loan is repaid. That is why banks have no interest to lend to small farmers. (b)These small farmers take loans from informal lenders including moneylenders, traders, employers, relatives and friends etc. (c)The terms of credit can be unfavourable.

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