Farmers love the land. They know how hard the work is but choose to do it anyway. They accept that the work needs to be done seven days a week, three hundred and sixty five days a year, and choose to do it anyway. “It’s Hard Life, It’s a Good Life” is a statement of faith from more than one farmer I’ve interviewed.
These are the farmers’ own stories, and as they unfold, the reader can feel the families’ frustrations and joys, and learn what drives these grass roots people to continue through hardships of all kinds, and why these men and women deserve our respect and support.