Paralyzed Wisconsin man sells shirts to help farmers
After being paralyzed, a farmer has found a way to help other farmers facing difficult times during the pandemic. Spectrum News presents this video highlighting Jeremy Amble’s story.
Amble grew up working on a dairy farm. At the age of 21, a car accident left him paralyzed, but he was able to stay involved with the dairy operation by book keeping and working with consultants.
A few years ago, he started a t-shirt business. As COVID-19 hit the ag industry, he saw a way he could help. His “they farm so we can eat” shirts help local farmers by donating one gallon of milk to his local food pantry for every shirt sold.
“Farmers have been essential since the beginning of time... They farm so we can eat.”
For more information click HERE.