Farmers play a vital role in providing the basics for all of our food needs as well as in changing the agricultural landscape. By managing farming practices, farmers also assure the sustainability of the whole flora and fauna. Agriculture currently occupies one-third of the Earth’s land surface. It is the central activity for much of the world’s population, providing the food for people throughout the world.
Farmers are the so-called ”stewards” of agriculture.
They protect the farm product from the time of sowing to the time it reaches the market. Their hard work 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. It is known as National Farmer’s Day and is celebrated across the world in October, with the actual date dependent on the country.
This day is devoted to farmers and their farming techniques. It is intended to give them thanks for their contributions to economy, listen to their stories, and learn from their farming practices which are still successful today. October is an appropriate time to celebrate National Farmer’s Day since it is near the end of the harvest. Many farmers will be able to take a rest from their hard labor to join in the celebration of this holiday. Whether a farmer grows crops, vegetables, fruits, dairy, swine, sheep or cattle, he has a good reason to celebrate this day.
So, don’t hesitate, thank the farmers on this special day for the hard work they do to supply us with food! To all farmers who already use AGRIVI software and to our future users, AGRIVI wishes you a happy and productive Farmer’s Day!
Text source: National Day Calendar