October 12 is National Farmer’s Day and some farmers are sharing their story on social media. Scroll down to take a look at some of these popular posts:
Despite some early snowflakes, Sarah Mcnaughton dedicated this picture “to the most resilient and hard-working group of people.”
To the most resilient and hard-working group of people, happy #NationalFarmersDay.— Sarah Mcnaughton (@NoDakSarah) October 12, 2018
I’m so blessed to be able to work in the best industry with then best people in the world 💚 pic.twitter.com/amBsFpYpTS
James Madison University took some time to share this piece of farming history. Check out this photo of a female farmer back in 1947!
On #NationalFarmersDay we celebrate those agriculturalists, men and women, young and old, who were country when country wasn't cool. (William Garber Photographs, 1947) #getitgirl #wethinkhertractorssexy #johndeere pic.twitter.com/HYmOyY2seO— JMU SpeCollections (@JMUSpeColl) October 12, 2018
Joan Ruskamp snapped this picture of a future beef farmer in Nebraska.
Take a look at this historic “wonder hog” operation.
Sharing a harvest photo, Jennifer Woodyard thanked two of her favorite farmers.
Featuring my two favorite farmers on #NationalFarmersDay. I’m thankful for the unbelievable amounts of time, money, effort, and passion that are put into growing our food 💚💛🌽🌱 #ThankAFarmer pic.twitter.com/GG6dROZBsP— Jennifer Woodyard (@jwoodyardIL) October 12, 2018
This Tweet thanked not only today’s farmers, but tomorrow’s future farmers as well.
Even President Trump took to Twitter for #NationalFarmersDay, making sure to mention the new United States Mexico Canada Agreement replacing the North American Free Trade Agreement.
To see more social media posts like these, search for #NationalFarmersDay on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.