A fresh-faced generation of farmers are breathing new life into the agricultural world. This series lifts the lid on the dilemmas, pressures and daily grind these young farmers face. But a career in agriculture needn't always be all work and no play; the young farmers reveal how they balance life on the farm with time for love, laughter and partying with friends.
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