Roy English is at it again, dishing out witty one-liners and old-fashioned country logic the same way an old camp cook dishes out beans and biscuits. Advice from an Old Farmer is simply this?no-nonsense humour and wisdom from a country gentleman schooled in common sense and kindness. Those who work the land are full of wisdom?and they don?t mince words when dispensing it. Advice from an Old Country Farmer is packed full of the kind of straight-shooting common sense farmers are known for. These dry-wit one-liners make the perfect gift for anyone who knows what it?s like to "make hay while the sun shines." AUTHOR: Roy English is a farmer/rancher, judge, singer/songwriter, and novelist/screenwriter. He is the author of Don?t Whiz on an Electric Fence, When I Am An Old Coot, Chicken Fried Steak for the Soul, and coauthor of The Outhouse Reader. He lives in Mansfield, Texas. SELLING POINTS: ?The cold, hard, funny truth from the farm country. ?Witty, one-liners including: "Most farmers work only half a day; the other twelve hours they do other stuff." "When you wallow with pigs, expect to get dirty." "Don?t skinny dip with snapping turtles."
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