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I'm calling this a victory for farmers -- -- Kyle -- joins us now.
He is a twenty year old family pharma is one of the many people who are no doubt celebrating this morning -- welcome to the program is great to have you -- Thank you for having me now that -- -- go into your celebration.
I want to know why you think.
The Department of Labor tried to restrict the use of youngsters -- that -- -- on family farms why do you think they tried to do that.
I really think it's because of the disconnection between that consumer and where their food comes from.
The average American today is three or four generations removed from our culture it's very hard to understand the values you did the work -- you get on -- farm when you're not directly involved in.
If this had gone through if I know it's been rescinded but if it it'd gone through would you -- farm been ruined.
It -- severely hurt.
Our farm out when I was younger restaurant worked our farm probably around the age of thirteen announced first -- animal showing them around the age of five.
So through all that time I would not -- to work equipment be around animals work work with power tools are welding or anything like that now.
They say it's dangerous.
What on earth were you doing at the tender rage -- -- thirteen 1415.
Looking we launch animals working with heavy duty machinery may be even driving -- -- They say that's dangerous and you say.
I say any any job can be dangerous but -- always -- know what you're doing you can do it safely and who better to train us then our parents.
I have my dad works with the machinery every single day of his life and he taught me how to handle it and how to handle it correctly now you belong to a four H club -- JF thank.
Yes okay now they would -- if these rules -- gone through.
Those organizations I believe would no longer being allowed to train up and coming farmers they would have given that training role to the federal government but yet why would they want to do this.
I think that the four -- in the FA program do a great job -- I'm I'm not sure why they went taken away from analysts through the FFA.
That first run -- my own twenty acres and grew corn and soybeans on for three years through high school like dean.
A great amount of experience and knowledge while doing that as a mean I don't think could be -- had has gone through what a second.
-- the when UN high school you rented twenty acres planted Coleman made money on it did you.
Yes -- -- because you got now.
On right now I made my lease was up and because I'm in college.
Hopefully when I go -- -- family farm -- worked on -- continue to work with my family and eventually the time is right take over will come from ago.
We have 12100 acre cash crop farm took up a little bit hate and have a couple beef cattle what do you plan for the future.
-- right now is to graduate from college and I'd like to work is agronomist somewhere.
Possibly working with seed sales I'd like to work with farmers and helping them make it correct decisions to -- higher yields and produce more for our country.
I understand you take a public speaking cost and colleges and correct.
I did polish speaking last year as a contest through the FA program.
You know if I -- you you might -- make some money on the side as an agricultural correspondent on the TV network use could do very well.
And I -- -- join with all of our viewers in congratulating you we think you're a great guy.
I want -- just typical of what America's all about thanks very much for being with us -- -- thank you so thank you.
Alright my take.