The profession of farming has its own set of stresses and strains, as farmers must deal with unpredictable weather, isolation, and many economic woes. Michael Rosmann, a farmer and psychologist, and David Sutherland, director-producer of the acclaimed documentary “The Farmer’s Wife,” talk about how farmers cope.


  • Michael Rossman Farmer and psychiatrist
  • David Sutherland Independent Film Maker, Producer and Director of "The Farmer's Wife."


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