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Farmers making their voices heard

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As the Caribbean Week of Agriculture continues the needs of farmers are being brought to the forefront.

The idea to make the Caribbean more attractive to investors is unfolding in conjunction with a call for more growth in the agriculture sector.

Local farmers made their voices heard, speaking about the changes they would like to see should investment plans become a reality. One Local Farmer Hamlin Stephenson said one of the biggest things to him is to see Caymanians, young and old getting involved in farming.

“I would really love to see before the good lord calls me home that we have more Caymanians and young Caymanians involved in farming we do have some young guys but most of them is in livestock and poultry,” Mr. Stephenson said.

Cayman 27’s Mario Grey has more.

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Mario Grey

Mario Grey

Mario Grey's passion for journalism has been long intertwined with his love of people and culture from his days as a youth growing up in the Cayman Islands. He captained his debate team whilst at John Gray High School and graduated as Head Prefect. He also worked at KVHU FM in Searcy, Arkansas, United States and worked and interned for Radio Cayman News before graduating from the University Of Arkansas at Little Rock in May 2015.

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