A Day in my Life as a Farmer!
By Aaron Georgie.
A Farmer’s Life
A farmer is also called an agriculture and farming is more than just work; it’s a way of life. A farmer's lifestyle is busy and really tough, work really hard for their living . They get only a bit time break and they have to cut crops .They have to work for more than 10 hours in a day. Farmers are one of the people who works a lot in the entire world as compared to other kind of labour. Farmers get paid only a little and always face social stigma.
I am happy as a farmer - if I can :
· Provide Quality Food on many people’s tables by feeding the world
· Live close to nature and my livestock enjoying fresh air, sunlight, water and clear skies with stars and moon.
· Enjoy my fruits of labour by providing the best organic food and nutrients to my loved ones.
· Enjoy every day which brings more and new challenges which helps me in growing and developing as a better human being.
· Spending time with my family on fields and helping children to work harder.
Farmers face a lot of problems and some of them are :
· Cope with weather, soil erosion, floods and livestock loss.
o Planting of drought resistant varieties of crops which can sustain adverse weather conditions.
o Crop diversification and Mixed cropping.
o Breeding Strategies and livestock management systems improving the quality and life span of livestock.
· Satisfy consumers' changing tastes and expectations and Meeting the rising demand for food of higher quality.
o Constant improvement in the taste of fruits and vegetables.
o Healthy produce with organic manure and healthy substitutes.
· Loans and Debts
o Income diversification by multiple yields in a year.
o Saving intelligently and smartly by utilizing government led schemes.
o Investing in good varieties of crops and livestock.
· Adopt and learn new technologies.
o Investing in latest tools and hardware.
o Developing smart irrigation and storage solutions.
· Stay resilient against global economic factors.
o Cultivating crops with higher yield value.
o Producing at least one crop with global demand increasing our footprint in global market.
By – Aaron Georgie Ashish/ 6th Grade
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