How to Make Money Growing Food

With a .22 rifle, in a 1989 jeep, Sam Givhan transcends a bumpy path through amber waves of grain toward his 250 acres of catfish ponds. Halting to inspect the “aqua-crop, ” Givhan loads his weapon for pest control. “Cormorants, ” he says, pointing a gun barrel at the catfish bird of prey. Ready, aim,…

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