"There may come a time in your life when you will need a doctor or a lawyer, but three times a day, everyday, you need a farmer."
I myself am not a farmer, but I hold a large respect for what they do day in and day out. I have done a little haying here and there and there is almost nothing worse than being the wagon boy on a 90+ degree day, and these guys sign up for it every year. They bust there asses so that we can eat and stay alive.
For how much they mean to society, they never seem to get the respect they deserve. Way to many people think food comes from the grocery store, and fail to see all the hours, blood, and sweat that goes into harvesting everything that is in that grocery store.
Lets use this thread to show some respect for the men and women who feed this world, or share a farming story of your own.