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National Farmer's Day: A Typical Day on the Farm | Almanac.com

National Farmer's Day: A Typical Day on the Farm

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Is there a typical day on a small farm? Find out more.

Ever wondered what’s involved in a typical day on a small farm? IS there a typical day when the weather’s always changing? In honor of National Farmer’s Day (October 12), we ask the farmers who own Lettuce Love Farm in Washington State.

If you enjoyed this video, learn how to make money on a farm and also more about this small independently-owned Lettuce Love Farm.

Find More in the 2019 Almanac

Read our Farmer to Table Special Report in The 2019 Old Farmer’s Almanac! Farmers share their stories, inspirations, and dreams in this series featuring folks who grow our food. Pick up a copy of the 2019 Almanac today

It makes for a great read, appreciated gift, and stocking stuffer—that has value the entire year!

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Catherine Boeckmann

Catherine Boeckmann loves nature, stargazing, and gardening so it’s not surprising that she and The Old Farmer’s Almanac found each other. She leads digital content for the Almanac website, and is also a certified master gardener in the state of Indiana. Read More from Catherine Boeckmann

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Clara (not verified)

5 years 6 months ago

They are romanticizing what a real farmer does. #1 the women do not wear shorts. I grew up on a farm in my teen years, I went to work one day in shorts & I thought my daddy was going to beat my butt. He run me back to the house to get dressed. lol I still like growing things but thankfully I don't depend on it for a living. There are too many things that can go wrong. Weather, pests just plain bad luck. I respect the farmers still working but it is not for the faint of heart.