Some of us are aware of the recent wildfires that have affected many farms in the United States. This has been a very tragic event, not just for farmers and ranchers, but for people throughout the United States.
One thing I’ve noticed is that even during challenging moments, farmers are there to support each other. Hundreds of semi-trucks helped in the relief effort by delivering many items that farmers were in dire need of, such as fencing, livestock feed, bales of hay, etc. This type of action shows that agriculture is not just about raising cows and using plows.
It’s about lending a hand to a fellow neighbor and doing what’s right. Being a part of agriculture means so much more than raising crops or plants. It’s about leadership.
A fellow agvocate
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