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By the time you figure it out you are a dehorned steer.
I drove a tractor for years. Sunup to sundown. And, I stacked a lot of bales. Does that count?
Boot pit to head house is a long climb. Kind of scary when the dust got thick. Glad I never fell off a grain rail car, though I did lose one full of wheat that jumped the derail and took off a couple of miles east of town on its own. Fun times.
I worked in a pea cannery in Oregon the summer after I graduated from KU. That.is what happens when you have a degree in education.
As a teen, I once had a job detasseling corn, I lasted about 5 minutes.
Kinda a stretch, but does harvesting belly button lint, toe jam and ear wax count. Otherwise yes, haying, fence building, cattle and chicken raising, orcharding!
Heavens yes. I grew up on an Anderson County soybean farm, had animals in 4-H, and ran a combine on a wheat harvest crew.
Sure did. Even legally.
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