By J.R. Guzzo*
(Opinion) Farming has been the most tremendous success in Brazil’s economic history.
Thirty or forty years ago, Brazilian rural production was practically nothing – it couldn’t compete even with Argentina.
In the rest of the world, nobody thought of linking the word “Brazil” to any idea of modern, productive, or efficient agriculture.
Today, Brazil is the largest exporter of food in the world and is among the top three producers – alongside the United States and China.
This is a phenomenon with a global impact.
In 2022 the country had another record grain harvest; the same . . .