This week, I visited a crocodile farm and several other farms, each with their own unique agriculture specialty. However, I wanted to highlight some of the exciting farms. As you can imagine, the most noticeable one is the American Crocodile farm. This farm is in conjunction with TEC here in Costa Rica, looking at the possible economic benefits of crocodiles and research. Most of the time, the crocodiles are researched in their relationship with the dinosaurs and birds. Once done, the crocodiles are sold for meat and their skin. Another notable farm was a sustainable organic farm raising all pasture-fed animals. This farm is fascinated because of its overall contribution to reducing the number of carbon emissions in the atmosphere. Below is a picture of some day-old piglets that were just born before my tour on the farm. Until next time, Pura Vida!