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101 Good Farming Slogans and Taglines

The farming industry is expected to see massive growth in food demand. It is estimated that the world population will increase 47% to $8.9 billion by 2050. Current trends in the industry are looking for a way to increase efficiency and meet growth expectations. Alternative energy sources is being encouraged of farmers with new plans by the US Department of Energy that aims to provided 5% of the nations energy sources by alternative fuels come 2020. An expected $1.2 billion in new income for farmers will be supplied for those that take up wind power energy and other sources. The following series of farming slogans have been used within the organic farming movement and other sayings popularized by farmers everywhere.

A decision for nature.
A good farmer is nothing more nor less than a handy man with a sense of humor.
A Hard Row to Plow.
Acres or inches? Size matters.
Agriculture Is More Than Just Cows & Plows
Agriculture is our wisest pursuit.
Agriculture is the most healthful, most useful and most noble employment of man.
Agriculture looks different today – our farmers are using GPS and you can monitor your irrigation systems over the Internet.
Agriculture: You Can’t Live Without It!
An Industry That Feeds You Is An Industry Worth Fighting For
As a farmer, I am simple outstanding in my field.
Be natural.
Been There, Herd That
Bringing growth, ingenuity, and experience to market.
Clean, Green, Farming Machines
Does your soil have what it takes?
Don’t let them pull the wool over your eyes.
Eat Clean And Green. Eat Organic.
Every Day Is A Good Day To Be A Farmer
Farm = Fiber + Food + Fuel Series.
Farm On!
Farm Rule #1: Feed The People.
Farmer: We Feed The World.
Farmers are respectable and interesting to me in proportion as they are poor.
Farmers are the founders of human civilization.
Farmers Make It Grain
Farming Is A Profession Of Hope.
Farming looks mighty easy when your plow is a pencil and you’re a thousand miles from the corn field.
Farming with live animals is a 7 day a week, legal form of slavery.
Farming: The Original Survivor
Feeding the world, caring for the Earth.
Fences should be horse-high, pig tight, and bull-strong.
Food, water, and energy for a hungry world.
Food, Water, and Energy, Oh My!
Forest keep dry lands working.
Getting Our Hands Dirty; Putting Food in Yours.
Good for nature, good for you.
Good health and conscious living.
Grab a sheep.
Grass fed beef, the new old – fashioned way.
Growing Community By Inspiring Healthy, Whole, Abundant Living.
Growing Green Fields And A Green Environment.
Grown By Nature
Here’s To Those Who Work In Acres, Not In Hours
How Sweet The Ground
Hungry. Naked. Where Did All The Farmers Go?
Hungry? Why Wait?
I Farm, You Eat.
I Live My Life By The Seeds Of My Plants.
I Ranch for You.
I’m Just Here To Pet The Animals
If we estimate dignity by immediate usefulness, agriculture is undoubtedly the first and noblest science.
If You Ate Today, Thank A Farmer
If you tickle the earth with a hoe she laughs with a harvest.
I’m outstanding in my field.
Improving agriculture, improving lives.
In goodness we trust.
In Nature We Trust
iPlow. iPlant. iHarvest.
It is thus with farming, if you do one thing late, you will be late in all your work.
It never rains in a dry time.
It’s in our nature.
Keep Your Soul Clean & Your Hands Dirty
Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food.
Leaders In The Field
Let us not forget that the cultivation of the earth is the most important labor of man.
Life Is Better On The Farm
Life on a farm is a school of patience; you can’t hurry the crops or make an ox in two days.
Life’s Short, Play In The Dirt
Like a gardener I believe what goes down must come up.
Local. Natural. Sustainable.
Make hay when the sun shines.
My Tractor Costs More Than Your Beemer.
Never answer a question from a farmer.
No Farmers. No Food. No Future.
Old Farmers never die, they just go to seed.
Our farmers round, well pleased with constant gain, like other farmers, flourish and complain.
Producing more. Conserving more. Improving lives.
Providing the finest products to the best feed suppliers.
Putting Mother Nature In A Better Mood.
Re-imagine farming.
Rooted In Nature
Simply good.
So organic farming practices are something that, to me, are interlinked with the idea of using biodiesel.
Solutions for the growing world.
Sowing is not as difficult as reaping.
The farmer has to be an optimist or he wouldn’t still be a farmer.
The Grass Is Greener Where You Water It
The Harvest Is Plentiful, But The Laborers Are Few
The leader in the field.
The natural choice.
The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.
There are only three seasons for farmers: before harvest, harvest and after harvest.
Think green. Think sustainable agriculture.
To make agriculture sustainable, the grower has got to be able to make a profit.
Trespassers will be shot, survivors will be prosecuted.
Urban farming is not only possible, it is crucial. But it can’t be like the farming techniques of yore.
We have used cows for sale !
What You Plant Now, You Will Harvest Later
Wickedly good.
You can make a small fortune in farming-provided you start with a large one.

The farming industry uses 128 billion gallons of water daily. This accounts for 40% of the United States fresh water withdrawals. 70% of fresh water is used globally for agriculture. The following infographic outlines interesting facts about farm water and conservation efforts reduce the impact on natural resources. Indoor farming can cut down the time for plant growth, recycle water, and create a climate controlled environment anywhere in the world.

Farming and Water Conservation

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