A down to Earth and inspiring read from the POV of America's Soybean Farmers.
Middle Aged (35-54)
North American (General)
North American (US Midwest- Chicago, Great Lakes)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
were Missouri soybean farmers, there's dirt under our nails and on the soles of our boots. We keep the earth clean. We don't wear a suit and tie or working 9-5 but we provide thousands of jobs and keep thousands fed were up before you wake and sometimes we miss bedtime. But we make a house a home. We keep tradition on the table and our families at the forefront because we're fighting for the future. We're teachers and we're students, we're historians and we're innovators, were leaders and we're servants. Because soy is bigger than us because with soy what we so today will reap hope for tomorrow because with soy what we so today will reap hope for tomorrow Missouri soybeans. Our roots run deep.
Family Man, Farmer, Regular Joe, Real Person, Authentic, Believable, Burly, Calm, Casual, Confident, Natural, Grizzled, Relatable, Approachable, North American (General), North American (US Midwest- Chicago, Great Lakes)