1.Farmers are also called “stewards” of agriculture. They protect
the farm product from the time of sowing to the time it reaches
the market.

2.Their Hardwork is the reason that most of us have food on our
tables every day. This is an adequate reason to celebrate a day
dedicated to farmers.

LIFE OF THE FARMER: A farmer raises living organisms like
plants, crops, and animals commonly for food and raw
materials.

3.A farmer might own the farm land he or she is working own or
just a labor working on a farm without ownership of the land.
BIGGEST PROBLEMS FACED BY THE FARMERS IN INDIA:
Small and fragmented land holding, Seeds, Manures,
Fertilizers and Biocides, Irrigation, Lack of mechanisation, soil
erosion, Agriculture marketing, Scarcity of capital.

4.MAIN GOAL OF FARMER’S HARDWORK:
1)A farmer’s main goal is to produce a good crop and/or healthy
animals in order to make a living and to feed the populations.
2) Farmers are responsible for all crops and livestock that are
needed for us survive.
3) Without food, the world would slowly die, and farmers work
hard every day to keep plenty of crops and animal products in
the market to keep that from happening.
The various types of farmers in agriculture revolution:
4) Organic farmer: produces fruit, vegetables, grains, or likestock
without the use of pesticides, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers.
5)Grain and forage crop farmers: grows grains such as wheat,
barley, canola, oats, rye, flax, peas, and speciality crops or
forage crops.
6) Dairy farmers: own or manages a farm where cows are raised
for the production of milk and other dairy products.

5.Vermiculturist: breeds worms and uses the worms to convert
waste product such as uneaten food, feces, grass clipping, and
spoiled fruit and vegetables into healthy, nutrient rich soil and
organic fertilizer.
Women on the farm:
1)Women on the farm also worked hard. Women prepare food
and cook the food to make sure that there was a good meal for
breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
2)The women worked outside and would help to take care of the
garden and also take cake of the home and the family.
3)Children on the farm: Children that lived on farms were also
known to work during Colonial times. The boys would go out
into the field and would help their father to take care of
animals and how to grow and harvest food.
4)The girls also work hard, they usually help their mother.
The mother would teach them to sew at a very young age and
how to take care of family.

6)FACTS ABOUT AN 1800’S HARDWORK OF AGRICULTURAL
REVOLUTION:
1) Many of the farmers lived in a two-room house because
they were poor.
2)Horses were used for working on the field.
3) Most farmers did not own a horse because they were
expensive to own.
4)Most farmers had large families of around six or more
children.
5)The children on the farm usually worked on the farm and
were taught school at home.