President Farmers

Ever wonder how many of our past presidents were farmers?! We have your answer! In honor of President’s Day, we give you the names of 16 past presidents that either grew up on farms, or chose to be farmers later in life.

  • George Washington
  • John Adams
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • James Monroe
  • William Henry Harrison
  • James Tyler
  • James K. Polk
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Ulysses S. Grant
  • Theodore Roosevelt
  • Harry S. Truman
  • Lyndon B. Johnson
  • Jimmy Carter
  • Ronald Reagan
  • Bill Clinton
  • George W. Bush

While some of these men really didn’t know what the day to day work was like, they still had a hand in the industry some how. Hats off to these gentleman and happy President’s Day to you!

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About Farm Safety For Just Kids

Farm Safety For Just Kids is a non-profit organization devoted to promoting a safe farm environment to prevent health hazards, injuries, and fatalities to rural children and youth. We produce and distribute educational materials addressing various dangers commonly found in the rural environment. Farm Safety For Just Kids is supported by a chapter network of grassroots volunteers located throughout the United States and Canada. The organization also has part-time outreach coordinators in several states. Chapters, outreach coordinators, and volunteers conduct educational programs to raise awareness about safety and health issues affecting their communities.
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One Response to President Farmers

  1. Farm safety for kids is so important! Love the post.

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