Kangaroos for national farmers day!
The history of National farmers day
One of the oldest and most important industries in the world is agriculture. In addition to regularly feeding the population that depends on their goods, farmers continue to be one of the largest contributors to economic growth. National Farmers Day, also known as Old Farmer's Day, was created to honour the labor-intensive efforts farmers make to develop their crops. The choice of October 12 was made because it falls at the conclusion of the customary harvesting season, enabling farmers to take part in celebrations that can go on for the full month. In addition, the Harvest Moon, which occurs in early October every three years and comes just before National Farmer's Day on the 12th, will be visible.
In reality, the Old Farmer's Day Festival in Loranger, Louisiana, honours and displays the customs and practises of farming before it developed into the sophisticated, scientific industry it is today.