July 10, 2020 Local Stories in and Around St. Joseph, Illinois

Kids say…Would you like to be a farmer? Why or why not?

Every week we ask area students questions about being a farmer. This week we spoke to kids at PVO South.

Would you like to be a farmer? Why or why not?

Owen: No, because you have to cleane the barn and its very hard sometimes.

Jayson: No, they work to hard.

Sariah: I will not be a farmer because it is to messy.

Connor: Yes, I’d like to be a farer because its easy if you have plants.

Savannah: No, because I would git dirty.

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