The Farm Must Go On!

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The Farm Must Go On!

We have got just a few acres of tillage to touch up, along with a special story near and dear to our farm history. As shared in the video, tune into The Farm Must Go On: by John Deere benefit concert for Farm Rescue on December 9 at 8 p.m. ET. John Deere, in partnership with Farm Rescue, is putting on this benefit concert to celebrate all that farmers do for our country and to help keep them working through this difficult time. #ad #JohnDeere #FarmRescue #TheFarmMustGoOn – The concert will be streamed on YouTube, and all proceeds from the event will go directly to Farm Rescue to support farmers, those who can never push pause. – For more information or to donate to help make an impact, visit Special thank you to John Deere for sponsoring this video. Off The Husk With The Millennial Farmer Podcast ►Listen Here ►Watch Here ►Book The Millennial Farmer to Speak at your Next Event Field Work Podcast ►Watch here:… ►Listen on Apple Music, Google and Spotify: Zach Johnson, the “Millennial Farmer” is a 5th-generation farmer who’s spent his life growing, working, and learning on his family’s farm. His wit and dry sense of humor appeal to children and adults alike. A product of the millennial generation, his appreciation of new technology blends with his old-fashioned work ethic, and he offers a unique ability to deliver his message in a way that resonates with lifelong farmers as well as those with no knowledge of agriculture. With growing consumer awareness about where their food comes from, Zach has identified the need for an independent voice from the front lines of agriculture. Zach actively promotes agriculture by sharing his day-to-day experiences in the agriculture world while providing farmer-to-farmer education to help facilitate a collaborative conversation between farmers and the public. ► Follow Along……

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