Working on a farm isn’t really that easy. Depending on what time of the year it is, the weather can really have an effect on how much work you actually get done and how quick you do it! Here in the midwest where I live, the weather can get pretty cold come November. Prior to this, it gets so hot that you are cranking your heating and cooling system on the highest setting on the air conditioning setting. These times can be rough trying to work and feed the horses, hall the sheep and do all the planting of the green veggies. This is why I always have my top of the line heating and cooling system cranking in my home at all times that part of the year. Without the miracle of a heating and cooling system, it can get to be a tough job being the farmer I am. It is very important also to have your HVAC system tuned up at least twice a year. Really, once in the fall and then once in the spring just prior to the beginning of the long summer time season! I forgot to have my heating and cooling system tuned up one year, and it was sheer hell trying to get it going while working on the farm. The heat of the sun outside made it very hard to get things done and it took me quite a while to finish my daily chores. All in all though, the lesson learned was to always have your HVAC unit tuned up at least twice a year! It is very very important to do so! I learned the hard way.