Some days are easier than others. Wanting so much to be different and create something different doesn't always go hand in hand with economics, finances and others around you. Razzbourne Farms has hit a rock, a hard place and the thumb with a hammer. You would think good would prevail but nothing will ever be FAIR. I'm wondering if anyone out there would remotely be interested in finishing someone else's dream. The search for land - privacy might just be the end to farming. The young generation of farmers, who are attempting what generations before them mastered, has no idea the blackhole awaiting them. It's hard to accept failure when in fact it's not failure at all but enthusiasm and support from the community is lacking. To continue on doing something astonishing or to clock in at that 9 to 5? That's the real question.