Bannock County Farmers John and Karen McNabb have a beautiful message about life on the farm. I'm John McNabb and this is my wife, Karen. I was born and raised here close by where my parents live growing up. My wife is from Scottsdale, Arizona. We met at BYU when we were both going to school. I knew that he was a farm boy and she got right a hold of the farm life and has loved it ever since. We've raised our children on the farm and we have ten children. Speaker2: Out of the ten, we have seven boys and three girls. They have all grown up on the farm and all participated with running machinery. And particularly in the hay field. They've had animals, they've all participated in raising animals and it's just been a great experience. They learn responsibility when a job needs to be done, it needs to be done and it needs to be done timely. Also, I think that we learn there is no free lunch in life. Sometimes in life we hear a lot about free this and free that, but there's nothing free it costs. I think, the Law of the harvest. You learn that on the farm, but it applies in about every aspect of life. Speaker3: We've had pigs through the years. The kids have had pig projects and other things that didn't have anything to do with FFA or Four-H. We think about our livelihood here and we might think we raise crops, we raise pigs. No, we're raising children. The biggest benefit is to have these projects in this lifestyle. For them to be able to look back on and think of the values that are in the land in our hearts. Speaker2: I thought for my dad from years ago, but we can talk about farming and the crops that we have, but best crops that we've ever raised our children. Speaker1: Beautiful thoughts.