Farming for Generations: It’s Not a Forty-Hour a Week Job

We take a deeper look at the ups and downs of family farming with David Floyd in this chapter of the Farming for Generations series.

No one knows what it’s like to work in an unpredictable business more than a farmer. It’s long hours in the fields with your crops, your livestock, and, if you’re lucky, with your family. Being a part of a multi-generational farming family is one of David Floyd’s favorite things about the job. As an American farmer, he gets the chance to work with his father, Sam, and brother, Clay, on their family farm. Hear him talk about what it’s means to work in the ag industry and why he’s invested in agriculture.

Next Video: Hard Work Pays Off

In the third installment of the Farming for Generations series, hear from Victoria Floyd on what growing up on a family farm has taught her.

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