Farm Life Blessing #26

When I think about the word “tradition,” the first thing I think of is Fiddler on the Roof. Clearly, I’ve watched one too many musicals in my lifetime. If you have no clue what I am talking about, click here for your cultural lesson for the day.

For many farmers, continuing the family tradition is important to them. Keeping the land in production and carrying on what generations before them have built means a lot. There’s no doubt this is a major factor why 98 percent of all farms in the United States are family-owned. “Farming” and “family” oftentimes go hand-in-hand, including in our families.

Read other Farm Life Blessings:

Thanks to Holly Spangler for the inspiration to blog for 30 days in November. Check out her 30 Days on a Prairie Farm

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One Response to Farm Life Blessing #26

  1. Pingback: Farm Life Blessing #30 | gobeyondthebarn

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