by Highland Precision Ag
Calloused hands from years of hard labor. Weary eyes from decades of watching the sun and the fields and the weather. Deep wrinkles from what seems like a century of hoping that this year’s harvest will provide enough to get by. This is the stereotypical farmer that many Americans tend to think of when we are talking about the people that grow our food. Dirty boots, coveralls, plaid shirts, straw hats and maybe a piece of straw sticking out from between their teeth.