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  • Donna Demonia

    11/05/2022 04:16 PM

    I grew up listening to Paul Harvey. Miss his truth and honesty on the radio. Would love to hear more of his famous quotes.

  • Rev. Judi Sorensen

    10/31/2022 09:27 PM

    Thank You for this! I miss his strong voice, his wisdom and the words he imparted to us!

  • Jane Matelsky

    09/14/2022 05:00 PM

    Thank you for sharing Mr. Harvey's wonderful broadcast, it was beautiful. Where would we all be without farmers. Michigan ranks 2nd only to Calif. In the number of agricultural products produced. Ag tourism is a huge industry hear as well. Come & visit anytime.

  • Linda West

    07/05/2022 04:35 PM

    I have always loved the "Paul Harvey" thinking and hearing him tell his stories always made my day! Thank you for sharing the above message from Paul Harvey on "God Made A Farmer!" We need to have someone that keeps telling us these type of messages and we need to listen to them and take some action in this day and age to try to right all the wrongs that are going on in our country right now! If we don't listen, we will no longer be a great country sooner than later! Our lives will be controlled even more than they are now and we will have no way out of the hole we are going to be in. God Bless The USA should be our battle cry!!!

  • Mrs. Wm. H. Kirby

    07/05/2022 03:41 PM

    You can't get better than Paul Harvey and he is missed. However, in his place, the Lord sent Mike Huckabee and he is up there at THE TOP. Thanks for the video -- "So God Made A Farmer".

  • Richard Welch

    07/05/2022 12:48 PM

    The story is the same today, but the technology has added to the farmers tasks, reading GPS to manage crop production and to keep up with demands with constant cost increases, labor shortages and government intervention! American farmer could feed the world, but corporations are killing the family farms