May 20, 2022 Local Stories in and Around St. Joseph, Illinois

Kids say…

Every week we ask five St. Joseph area students a question about farming.
Today, five students from PVO South tell us if they would like to be farmers. This post is sponsored by Longview Bank.

Here are their answers.

Ella: Yes, I love farming it is fun.

Lane: Yes, because I can play with my houres.

Eli: I would because I like it. I have play toys at my house, and my brother wants to be one too.

James: I would like to be a farmer because you would get to clime trees.

Allie: I wouldn’t I would get drdy.

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