I never cease to be amazed by the faith of a farmer as I watch the planter
moving back and forth across every field.
Other than an unexpected downpour, nothing stops the planting process. If the machinery breaks, you fix it. If you miss lunch, your wife brings it to you in the field. If employees don't show up for work, the planting is delayed until all our cows are fed and cared for, but the planting is going to continue as planned.
It may even continue into the darkness if needed. Thank goodness for tractors with lights!
Although the look of the family farm and the technologies have changed, the same values of caring for the land and animals still exist. In fact, 97 percent of U.S. dairy farms are family owned and operated, often by multiple generations of the family.
It's the dreams and determination of a farmer in combination with faith that provides
the food on our table and milk in the refrigerator.