Speaker 1: We’re still waking up every morning, and we’re putting our boots on, and we’re going to work, and we’re farming. That’s all we know how to do, so we’re going to continue to do that.
Speaker 2: We’re going to continue to produce food enough for the entire country.
Speaker 3: It’s far from business as usual in cities and towns across America. Over the last few weeks, you may have seen some empty shelves at your local grocery store, but we want you to know that America’s farmers and ranchers are still farming, working diligently in their fields, barns, and orchards to continue feeding America today and tomorrow just like we do 365 days a year.
Speaker 4: Farmers care, otherwise they wouldn’t go into this season totally unknowing if there’s going to be a 2021 season for them. I think they do that every year. I think that’s the salt of the earth, a good heart of people who grow food.
Speaker 3: We’re proud to serve the men and women who treat their work as a calling, not a job. Of course, farmers can’t do it alone. To all the farm suppliers and grocery store clerks, thank you. We do not take you for granted. Resiliency is part of farming and believing in tomorrow is core to a farmer’s creed. We are all in this together.