Dec

23

[Scott Brooks said: "I've come to realize that farmers are, literally, the ultimate speculators."]

Farmer School, lesson one:

Some people when milking a cow for the first time try to stay a bit away from her. That is the wrong approach because if she kicks down at you then, she will get full leverage with her leg and it will hurt more. Instead, you should: squat down, near her, low, while keeping the leverage of a leg down small enough to not hurt you.

It is similar to taking on a position in the markets where you also should: squat down, buy her, low, while keeping the leverage of a leg down small enough to not hurt you.

And if she does kick, you may want to be very careful because she might stay a bit wild for a while as kicking by cows seem to cluster. It is similar to the markets…

Next week's subject: Sowing and reaping.


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