October 7, 2022 Local Stories in and Around St. Joseph, Illinois

Kids say..

Every week we ask five students from a local school to answer a question on a worksheet.

This week the students are second graders at St. Joseph Grade School. This post is sponsored by Longview Bank.

What do you think a farmer does?


Malayna: A farmer plants food and when it is done growing the farmer gives the food to stores so we can eat the delishes food the farmer produces for us people to eat.


Gage: I think a farmer plants seeds in a garden it takes care of animals it grows crops it makes a garden and it uses a shovel.

Ashton: A farmer do a jobs. Milks the cows.


Alex: Plant food, make hea, the have anmals.


Kenyon: A farmer milks the cows each day. A farmer grows crops.

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