Is there a hierarchy of jobs on the farm? Especially at harvest, is the combine driver king/queen, with each supporting role moving down the totem pole? We’re half-kidding, of course, but recently there’s been some (mostly in fun) banter about who does what at harvest, like this:
The Combine Operator is a psychopath.
The Grain Cart operator is always wrong.
The Truck drivers are delusional idiots.
— Evan (@Late_Hiberals) October 23, 2016
Sandi Brock, a sheep and grain farmer at Staffa, Ontario, decided that while combine drivers get all the glory at harvest , the hard-working buggy driver deserved a little tip of the hat. Behold! A quick look at taking a spin as a buggy driver: