From Agriculture Proud: Paul is Ag-Thankful

November 30, 2010 at 12:53 pm Leave a comment

Here is today’s ag-thankful post from Agriculture Proud, as part of the Ag-Thankful series this past month!

Farmers are often focused on market prices and staying profitable.  Getting a good price for your product is the only way to stay afloat in the agriculture business.  Decisions are made concerning the best time to plant, the best time to wean, the best practices to stay viable.  We are farmers.  We are producers.  It is not just our livelihood, but our life as well.  It’s easy to forget the impact we have on the rest of the world.

A few months ago, my wife and I ventured from the farm for a little sight-seeing in Philadelphia.  There was a lot to see!  Mainly, crowds of people all rushing to their incredibly diverse jobs in an incredibly hectic city.  On the same block as our hotel, we found the Reading Terminal Market.

See more at: http://agricultureproud.wordpress.com/2010/11/30/paul-is-ag-thankful/#more-802

The opinions expressed in the above post represent the thoughts and feelings of the blogger, and not necessarily NYFEA as a whole.

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