Host and American Family Farmer Doug Stephan www.eastleighfarm.com began with a story about a Cornel University graduate, Bob DeCarlo, who took a job as a trainee at a 600-cow dairy. He did his job well and today the owner is grooming him to eventually take over the farm. In other Agriculture news, the venom from a honeybee's sting has been found to be a powerful anti-tumor agent for breast cancer. Next, we meet 7th generation Washington County Iowa Farmer and the Founder/CEO of Continuum Ag, Mitchell Hora. www.FIELDWORKTALK.ORG & www.CONTINUUM.AG His family's farming operation is implementing the principles of soil health and intensely monitors impact using the Haney Soil Health Test on a weekly basis. Their efforts have led to experimentation of diverse cover crops, 60" corn, interseeding, malt barley, relay cropping, mustard seed production, real-time sensors, carbon markets, and a wide array of product trials. Finally, Farmer Doug opines about why the consumer is the only hope for the Family Farm, not The Government.