I grew up in an agricultural area and I grew up knowing quite a few ag lawyers. My family is a family of farmers as well in the central valley and now mexico. I would recommend working in the agricultural industry in the office setting. A few ideas: irrigation districts, equipment corporations, industrial processing plants (example tomato processing or almond processing), and directly for farmers. Here's an anecdote of mine. I worked as a Water Master's office administrator (his title is sort of funny but basically he was in charge of agricultural irrigation and managing water allocations to different farmers) and I learned a lot about employment law (big part of ag), agricultural agencies, government agencies (aka government funding) etc. Also was able to be exposed to a variety of farmers instead of just one specific crop(s). A region I highly recommend is central California. I hope this helps. Please let me me know if you have more questions.
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