Country music tends to elevate individuals who toil at hard-working jobs, celebrating the efforts of the everyman. So it's no surprise that some of the best country songs champion farming, and the men and women who work the fields to make ends meet.
This list of country songs about farmers includes some tunes from iconic country musicians and bands like Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, the Charlie Daniels band, and Alabama. You’ll also find some modern-era country farmers songs, including Kenny Chesney’s 1999 smash-hit “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy.” You’ll also find several songs from Luke Bryan, who grew up in Leesburg, Georgia, on a farm where his farmer father grew peanuts and sold fertilizer. Is it any wonder he’s written so many country farmers songs like “Rain is a Good Thing” and “Welcome to the Farm”?
Now, it’s time to choose: what are the best country songs about farming ever? Have fun voting, and start dreaming about that epic party in the middle of a corn field! Yee haw!