In this time of crisis, be thankful for the American farmer
The forgotten farmer has moved to the forefront of the American economy.
For as long as I can remember, the role of the American farmer has taken a back seat to many industries in our modern economy. In fact, two weeks ago, many Americans would probably admit that they gave little thought to the men and women that ensured grocery store shelves remain stocked with food.
One of the many outcomes of coronavirus pandemic is a rediscovered appreciation for the value of our farmers.
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