A look into the life of Idaho farmer Shane Snubbers. “I farm here in Grangeville, Idaho. I'm a fifth generation farmer. I think that was in nineteen twenty nine, my great grandfather started his farm that we're still farming today. Kind of a a bad year to get started right in the Depression. But we farm here and I just started farming some ground for Don DeArmond. I met him through the Farm Bureau and we were lucky enough to get to know him and we're able to farm his ground, me and my wife over at Grangeville and it’s been a lot of fun. It's been pretty enjoyable getting to actually farm your own ground, make your own decisions. We grew up on the farm. I grew up and my brother and all my three sisters. You always do whatever dad says. It's been kind of fun and he's got all of his opinions and stuff. It’s kind of funny. We get into our own ground. And so I know at the end of the day, I can make my own decisions. And yeah, it's been been a lot of fun. We farm mainly wheat is our main one and we do like food grade barley, which we're selling to Japan and for an export market. And yeah, we grow canola and bluegrass and garbanzo beans. We do a bunch of different crops and dark northern spring wheat. The biggest thing that I love about farming is just your work ethic. You know, you don't find much better people than that.