Have Americans Forgotten How To Work?
Hoosier AG TOday
Talk to the average farmer today about how he got started in farming and he will tell you about working with his dad on their family farm from a very young age. He will reminisce about doing chores before school and after school. He will talk about spending summers detasseling corn and skipping school during planting and harvest. This is a reality that barely exists today. Comparatively few young people today grow up on working farms, and even many of those who do will not be destined for a life in production agriculture.