Did you see? Garoto builds mini-farm on family property

The boy Emanuel, only 11 years old, took his passion for the countryside to a new level, and with great dedication he built a mini-farm on the property where he lives with his family in the Santa Catarina municipality of Ponte Alta. This was the most accessed content of the week. In addition, vertical farms in food production, highlights of Expointer and the impacts of hurricane Ida on the grain market were highlighted.

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Photo: Ports of Paraná

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Photo: Fábio Rodrigues Pozzebom/Agência Brasil

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1 – Childhood in the countryside: boy builds a mini-farm on family land

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Photo: Epagri

Using earth, sand, sticks, string and a lot of imagination, the 11-year-old Emanuel created a mini-farm in the back of the family’s rural property. There are crops there, a fence for the animals, a dam, trees and even a shed to store the truck and tractor. Discover the mini-farm.