Pure common sense in a no-fuss package.
Dishing out witty one-liners and old-fashioned country logic the same way an old camp cook dishes out beans and biscuits, Roy English’s Advice from a Country Farmer is simply this—no-nonsense humor and wisdom from a country gentleman schooled in common sense and kindness.
• “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.”
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.