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In the core of production agriculture it's all about the families who work tirelessly to provide for our world.

In the core of production agriculture it’s all about the families who work tirelessly to provide for our world.

Who has had this problem at harvest time?

Who has had this problem at harvest time?

Who's proud to say their kids were/are raised in a barn?

Who’s proud to say their kids were/are raised in a barn?

Thank you ranchers.

Thank you ranchers.

At High Plains Journal we are thankful for the farmers and ranchers who provide for us daily. Throughout the month of November we'll give thanks to those in the industry.

At High Plains Journal we are thankful for the farmers and ranchers who provide for us daily. Throughout the month of November we’ll give thanks to those in the industry.

Farmer and ranchers are continually challenged to meet demand for a growing world.

Farmer and ranchers are continually challenged to meet demand for a growing world.

Thank you family farms.

Thank you family farms.

We all need agriculture. Each and every day. Thank you farmers and ranchers, and all those in the agriculture industry for all you provide.

We all need agriculture. Each and every day. Thank you farmers and ranchers, and all those in the agriculture industry for all you provide.

Working on a farm teaches responsibility and creates strong work ethic. Thank you farmers and ranchers for your contributions to future generations. (photo by Lacey Lobner)

Working on a farm teaches responsibility and creates strong work ethic. Thank you farmers and ranchers for your contributions to future generations. (photo by Lacey Lobner)

It's not just a man's world on America's farms and ranches. Thank you ladies! (photo by Lurenda Walter)

It’s not just a man’s world on America’s farms and ranches. Thank you ladies! (photo by Lurenda Walter)

What a fitting quote! Thank you to all those in the agriculture industry. (photo by Erin Rustan)

What a fitting quote! Thank you to all those in the agriculture industry. (photo by Erin Rustan)

 

 

 

 

 

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