Just outside the town of Rockglen in Southern Saskatchewan, a farmer spraying his crop uses a tractor to make the job more efficient.
Rockglen is a community in the Burning Hills of the Wood Mountain Uplands and a majority of the people rely on agriculture to make a living. Dry land farming and cattle are the two main types of farming which requires a lot of hard work and daily chores to make the farmland a success.
A little over two hundred homes make up the community of Rockglen, making the crop growing business a little less competitive than bigger towns.
Farmer spraying crops by tractor near the town of Rockglen, Southern Saskatchewan, Canada.