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Square Watermelons are grown by japanese farmers for easier stack and store.
Five-Sided Oranges are grown by japanese farmers for easier stack and store.
In 1943, a fissure opened in a farmer’s cornfield in Mexico, growing into a five story tall volcano in only a week and up to 1,100 feet after a year.
More than 1,000 white farmers have been killed in South Africa since 1990.
Farmers in India use Coca-Cola and Pepsi as cheap pesticides, according to the BBC.
Some Chinese farmers use plastic molds to sculpt pears into the likeness of Buddhas.
The Great Wall of China is being destroyed by farmers living around the structure who have been turning it into pathways, shelters and even fertilisers for crops.
After the Vietnam war, farmers recycled thousands of external fuel tanks from U.S. aircraft to create river boats and canoes
Many farmers use llamas to guard their livestock from predators.
The average age of Japanese farmers is 70.
Hunter-gatherers have far more leisure time than farmers do, and more still than modern people in the industrialized world.
Almost half the pigs in the world are kept by farmers in China.
Cows have four stomachs. Often when a calf is born the farmer will make it swallow a magnet. This is to attract the various nails, staples, tacks, bits of wire, and so on that the cow may ingest while grazing. (This odd hunger is known to farmers as “hardware disease”) When the animal is slaughtered, the butcher will remove the magnet along with the metallic debris and sell the mass of iron and steel for scrap.