A Day in my Life as a Farmer!
By Thanishkaa M.
Farmers are the backbone of our society. They are the one who provide us all the food we eat. As a result, the entire population of the country depends upon the farmer. Because of them only we are able to live. Thus, they are the most important people in the world.
They always be so busy and always work in their fields. They are always engaged with work. They spend most of the day in their field and come to home only after their work. They do not bother about the food and their health. They always take care their farm and field. Mostly, all the farmers have cows in their farm to get milk. It is most comfortable for the cows to give milk at evenly spaced the times each day which means on a two-day milk cycle. So they always wake up as early as 5 a.m.
The day of a farmer starts with the milking of cows in their farm and then they start to do other works like ploughing the field, irrigation, weeding and other operations. At afternoon they are again come to their home and take rest. At the time of 4:30 p.m. again milking and feeding of cow is done. This is their daily routine. Once, they planted a new crop which they have never planted before. At the time of harvesting the crop which they have grown was very high in demand in markets. This can also make them more interesting to grow more crops and if they prepared a new remedy for the insects which often damages their crops by using natural products, once they tried it, it may become a huge success which can make them more interested.
In their free time, they sometimes preserved seeds and made organic manure by decomposing dried leaves and leftover kitchen waste. They also made new remedies for better growing of crops and also sell it in the markets. They face many challenges in their farm like drought and sometimes insects may also damage their crops. There may also be nutrient deficiency in their soil also. For this they can use some organic manure and also chemical fertilizers. CONCLUSION: Now we are able to know about farmers and what are the difficulties they face and what is their daily routine. So farmers should be respected in the society.
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