17 Pictures That Prove Farmers Are Proud of What They do

We asked and you all shared!  We wanted our Facebook friends to show us they’re proud to be a farmer and boy did they show us. Responses varied from farming with family to working the same ground as generations before. With the pictures below, we hope you see why our Farmers and Farm wives are proud of what they do!

Our son’s senior pic taken this past July….his shirt says it all….behind him is a field of our wheat & in the treeline is our farm…-Nikki R.

I’m glad we are both proud to be farmers it’s like brotherly love- John C.

This is my grandpa and my uncle, my uncle lost his life to a drunk driver in 2005. They ran Webster Ridge Dairy, with 1800 head and were working on expanding. Myself and my cousins would have been the 5th generation. – Madison W.

I’m still keeping the roots going though! I’ve loved working fields since I was 6-Madison W.

We are proud of these twin brothers Timmy S. and Tommy S. …from SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA…FULL TIME CATTLE FARMERS.. – Beverly Q.

My Brother,Daddy,and myself. We work 1500 acres in North Alabama. Family Operated. – James H.

Proud to be a farmer’s wife on the family farm, in Kokomo, IN – Rachel M.

Farm wife myself and proud of my son and husband who are farmers too! The two of them Getting ready to pick ear corn and sitting the elevator!!- Mindy B.

– Clint U.

-Aaron G.

Proud to be a part of our family farm! -Matt H.

Wouldn’t trade it for the world!Hoping everyone is having a safe harvest.Eastern Ohio. – Brendon M.

Proud to be a farmers wife. Taken from the seat of my swather. Dyer, NV – Marlene W.

Getting the 4th generation started early. – Nicholas B.

So proud to be a farmers wife and have my children growing up on a farm! – Tina B.

-Grant H.

Grain sorghum in South Texas:) -David O.

Are you proud to be a Farmer? Share your reason with us with a comment below!

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2 thoughts on “17 Pictures That Prove Farmers Are Proud of What They do

  1. I am very proud to be a farmer and collecting allis chalmers which my grandfather used and my father grew up on!!! Orange all the way!!

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