A farmer’s farewell, etched in white chalk, is echoing menacingly through Japan’s agricultural sector.
"Wish there was no nuclear power plant. My endurance has come to an end," the note says.
The farmer, in his 50s, then killed himself on the land he struggled to maintain since Japan’s tsunami and nuclear crisis began.
The dairy farmer’s suicide message was left on the wall of one of the man’s barns…
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