Best Farming Quotes

Best Farming Quotes

We have listed few best Farming quotes it is one of the best ever collection on the internet of top Farming quotes which we’ve collected from some top internet sources and collect them here for you.

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Few Powerful & Best Farming Quotes

"Life on a farm is a school of patience; you can't hurry the crops or make an ox in two days."
by Henri Alain

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"There is, of course, a gold mine or a buried treasure on every mortgaged homestead. Whether the farmer ever digs for it or not, it is there, haunting his daydreams when the burden of debt is most unbearable."
by Fawn M. Brodie

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"The great cities rest upon our broad and fertile prairies. Burn down your cities and leave our farms, and your cities will spring up again as if by magic; but destroy our farms, and grass will grow in the streets of every city in the country."
by William Jennings Bryan

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"There are only three things that can kill a farmer: lightning, rolling over in a tractor, and old age."
by Bill Bryson

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"It is thus with farming, if you do one thing late, you will be late in all your work."
by Cato The Elder

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Quotes are very powerful and, on the surface, they are just a bunch of some wonderful words but when you ponder and think carefully over them, they reveal some powerful ideas to solve your problems.

In simple words we can say that everyone loves quotes just because how relatable they can be with your real life and that’s all what it matters about a good quote.

A Good Quote must be simplistic and easy to understand and remember, and they also must be relatable with what is in our heart. In addition to this I also think that quotes are very helpful and they help you to focus on your work at a particular time and there are also some more good quotes which give you an ability to think more effectively and bring some wonderful ideas from your mind.

Unfortunately, we always try to do something grateful every time in our life and fail, which will lead to discouragements for us. Every time we try do something like our school projects, our office project and college stuffs and at the end we fail, we start to feel discourage.  Maybe you are trying to get a good job and going for the interviews from a month or more and not getting good job. Maybe you are trying to lose your weight and not getting into shape.

After all these problems some good bunch of words which we say a good quote can motivate you and bring some happiness into your life. A good quote can also motivate you to do your work more efficiently and be focused all the time.

So here I have a good bunch of all those words which we have collected from some top internet sources. Here is our best ever collection of Farming quotes which we could find. Some will make you think and uplift your, but the most important thing is some of my Farming quotes will inspire you to live a wonderful life.

We’ve shuffle the quotes by author name, there are few unknown author’s Farming quotes as well. Hope you fill find these inspiring as they meant to be.

Best Farming Quotes by Various Authors

"Our farmers round, well pleased with constant gain, like other farmers, flourish and complain."
by George Crabbe

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"Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil, and you're a thousand miles from the corn field."
by Dwight D Eisenhower

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"The first farmer was the first man. All historic nobility rests on the possession and use of land."
by Ralph Waldo Emerson

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"There seem to be but three ways for a nation to acquire wealth. The first is by war, as the Romans did, in plundering their conquered neighbors. This is robbery. The second by commerce, which is generally cheating. The third by agriculture, the only honest way, wherein man receives a real increase of the seed thrown into the ground, in a kind of continual miracle, wrought by the hand of God in his favor, as a reward for his innocent life and his virtuous industry."
by Benjamin Franklin

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"There is no gilding of setting sun or glamour of poetry to light up the ferocious and endless toil of the farmers wives."
by Hamlin Garland

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"Like a gardener I believe what goes down must come up."
by Lynwood L. Giacomini

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"He felt with the force of a revelation that to throw up the clods of earth manfully is as beneficent as to revolutionize the world. It was not the matter of the work, but the mind that went into it, that counted -- and the man who was not content to do small things well would leave great things undone."
by Ellen Glasgow

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"Farmers only worry during the growing season, but towns people worry all the time."
by Edward W. Howe

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"Whenever there are in any country uncultivated lands and unemployed poor, it is clear that the laws of property have been so far extended as to violate natural right. The earth is given as a common stock for man to labor and live on. The small landowners are the most precious part of a state."
by Thomas Jefferson

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"The farmer is the only man in our economy who buys everything at retail, sells everything at wholesale, and pays the freight both ways."
by John Fitzgerald Kennedy

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"There are two spiritual dangers in not owning a farm. One is the danger of supposing that breakfast comes from the grocery, and the other that heat comes from the furnace. To avoid the first danger, one should plant a garden, preferably where there is no grocer to confuse the issue. To avoid the second, he should lay a split of good oak on the andirons, preferably where there is no furnace, and let it warm his shins while a February blizzard tosses the trees outside. If one has cut, split, hauled, and piled his own good oak, and let his mind work the while, he will remember much about where heat comes from, and with a wealth of detail denied to those who spend the weekend in town astride a radiator."
by Aldo Leopold

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"Bowed by the weight of centuries he leansUpon his hoe and gazes on the ground,The emptiness of ages in his face,And on his back the burden of the world.Who made him dead to rapture and despair,A thing that grieves not and that never hopes,Stolid and stunned, a brother to the ox?Who loosened and let down this brutal jaw?Whose was the hand that slanted back this brow?Whose breath blew out the light within this brain?"
by Edwin Markham

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"Bowed by the weight of centuries he leans upon his hoe and gazes on the ground, the emptiness of ages in his face, and on his back the burden of the world."
by Edwin Markham

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"No one hates his job so heartily as a farmer."
by H. L. Mencken

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"Farm policy, although it's complex, can be explained. What it can't be is believed. No cheating spouse, no teen with a wrecked family car, no mayor of Washington, D.C., videotaped in flagrant has ever come up with anything as farfetched as U.S. farm policy."
by P. J. O'Rourke

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"The master's eye is the best fertilizer."
by Pliny The Elder

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"The land too poor for any other crop, is best for raising men."
by R. Pocock

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"With the introduction of agriculture mankind entered upon a long period of meanness, misery, and madness, from which they are only now being freed by the beneficent operation of the machine."
by Bertrand Russell

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"I see upon their noble brows the seal of the Lord, for they were born kings of the earth far more truly than those who possess it only from having bought it."
by George Sand

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"It is sad, no doubt, to exhaust one's strength and one's days in cleaving the bosom of this jealous earth, which compels us to wring from it the treasures of its fertility, when a bit of the blackest and coarsest bread is, at the end of the day's work, the sole recompense and the sole profit attaching to so arduous a toil."
by George Sand

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