By Jessica Domel
Every year when Daylight Saving Time rolls around, it’s the same old thing. Complaints about changing clocks. Complaints about losing sleep. And inevitably, someone saying it was enacted to help American farmers.
In fact, my dad hates it.
He’s out working in the fields whether it’s 7 p.m. or 8 p.m. He works until the sun goes down. Even then, if he can use a light to do it, he does.
If the corn needs to go in the ground, they work to get the corn in the ground.