Farm Hands: Hard Work and Hard Lessons from Western New York Fields by Tom Rivers
Tom Rivers introduces readers to the rigors of farm labor and some of the people who do the grueling work. Rivers, a reporter for The Daily News of Batavia, N.Y., spent a year working a dozen different jobs on various Western New York farms-- picking apples, harvesting cabbage, prepping dairy cows for the show ring, and more.
The 452nd greatest nonfiction book of all time
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