This week, we're joined by guest Sarah Mock, a freelance agriculture journalist with some serious opinions and thoughts about how agriculture in America operates. We start out discussing her recent article about exploitation in ag. If that doesn't grab your attention, the rest of the conversation surely will. Tune in for conversation that will definitely ruffle feathers, but needs to be voiced. Young people in agriculture are starting to get fed up with the status quo, and we're finally old enough to start doing something about it. Why does agriculture sell our products as commodities? Are more regulations something producers should be excited about? How does the collapse of Syria relate back to food security equating to national and global security? You'll hear all that and much more in this week's episode of the Millennial Ag Podcast.