Blind Farmer Achieves His Dream

Pig farmerMike Duxbury became blind at 6 years old due to infantile glaucoma.  Being from a family of farmers, Mike was determined from his early childhood years not to let his blindness interfere with his goal of one day becoming a farmer himself.

Mike got a degree in agricultural business management from Warwickshire College of Agriculture in 1990.  Today, he is not only a farmer, but trains others with disabilities on how they, too, can become farmers.

The blind farmer: ‘It’s all I ever wanted to do. Now I can help others do it’

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