God Made a Farmer - An Inspiring Super Bowl Commercial with Paul Harvey

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  • 2014-01-25T20:39:53

Saw the link on a dutch farmerssite and posted on my facebook account. I'am currius what the dutch people like it.

  • 2013-08-11T02:58:55

Melinda come my party and shopping

  • 2013-03-02T14:33:36

They need to show this "commercial" more often

  • 2013-02-08T16:38:25

We are dairy farmers , our son 21 is going to be a farmer , so proud , thanks Paul Harvey for this video :)

  • 2013-02-08T13:41:29

there's no one like Paul Harvey - who so succinctly puts it into words. May God bless and encourage farmers everywhere - but especially my husband.

  • 2013-02-08T10:18:14

Way to go Dodge. I was really impressed. I feel sometimes we live in a Country where God is being pushed out. I am originally from an area where God is not even talked about unless you are in church. I now live in an area where prayer is said before a childs baseball game (example) and people aren't afraid to talk to you about their beliefs. It's wonderful.

  • 2013-02-07T15:44:22

Thanks you Dodge for an inspiring and humbling commercial. It was a class act and honoring of the men and women and their children who wil follow in their footsteps. I grew up back east and I remember an old farm at the end of Brooklyn by Shingle Creek. There were a few cows and we would cross the sand dunes to look. It was a "strange" place where the asphalt ended and the lights. after I grew up and moved to MN I had the priviledge of meeting a friends father. Grandpa Duke. He did dairy west of the Twin Cities and I remember staying the weekend. Such hard back-breaking work and the hours. He laghed at the efforts of this "city boy" to milk, handle the silage and be in the parlor at 4 AM! God bless America's farmers like Duke, my brother -in -law Owen. Thank you Dodge as well for airing a class ad that was not ashamed of the word, God and prayer. It stood head and shoulders above GoDaddy (I dropped them months ago). I'm looking for a truck and based on your ad and the year of the farmer promotion I have to give the Ram another look. Thanks God for farmers and a full plate. "From the sea to the lake, from the fields to our plate we thank you oh Lord for the food and the hands that harvest and prepare it Amen".

  • 2013-02-07T08:53:51

What a tribute to the men, women and kids who think nothing on a daily basis of getting out of bed before the sun rises and often times not getting to bed until way after it sets. I was raised with 9 brothers and sisters on a ranch/farm and saw my father do the work of 5 men. I was proud as my brothers and sisters were working right along side he and my mom putting up hay, walnuts, pears, a huge garden to feed out family and all the neighbors. Tending livestock and all the other things that go with raising crops and animals. I wouldn't have wanted to be raised any other way and if you think about saying something negative about these folks - YOU MAY NOT WANT TO SAY IT WITH A MOUTHFUL!

  • 2013-02-07T03:26:31

Thanks to all the Dodge dealerships across this great nation for sponsoring such a great message. We own two Dodge trucks and have had a Dodge truck for the last 30 years. If not for the farmers where would we be. The most important commodity in the US and are probably paid the least. SUPPORT AND PRAY FOR THE FARMERS! 1

  • 2013-02-06T16:25:25

Reminds me of my children's great- grandfather. He was still baling hay at the age of 89. Drove his horses in our local parade on October 1st. By December 5th of that same year, he went home to be with the Lord.

  • 2013-02-06T15:27:39

Thank you Dodge for making a commercial for GOD and the farmer. THANK YOU!

  • 2013-02-06T06:03:24

God Bless America, makes me want to go buy a Dodge Ram Truck.

  • 2013-02-06T02:11:21

I was shocked, amazed, and inspired. Thank You Dodge for putting your best face forward and proclaiming....So God Made a farmer!

  • 2013-02-06T01:47:36

Thats beautiful <3

  • 2013-02-06T01:02:34

I love Paul Harvey and have always loved Dodge Ram Trucks. And thank God for farmers!

  • 2013-02-05T22:16:51

To the advertising agency and the executives who aren't too politically correct and understand that so many of us were founded on the precepts of God and what formed our country: Outstanding. This commercial stopped everyone during the Super Bowl. It was absolute silence and attention listening to the great American, Paul Harvey, talk with truth about the farmers and their hard work with spectacular, illustrative photos. Kleenex might have wanted to play a part in the campaign since there wasn't a dry eye. Thank you for being bold and talking about the Creator who many of us love and depend on. May Dodge Ram have unimaginable sales because of this beautiful add.

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