Farmer: a life in isolation
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By: Raphaëlle Constant Follow |
Camille Beaurain became a widow at the age of 24, after the suicide of her husband, a farmer in the Somme, department in the North of France.
If agriculture is more than a profession, a passion for some, Camille Beaurain, tells the other side of the coin, her old daily life punctuated by the needs of the hundred pigs that she raised, and of which she took care. Day and night.
A life centered on his farm, a life in isolation, almost in autarky.
Testimony of a young farmer.
, farmer in the Somme, department of the North of France.
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