Xiaobian, as a native of rural areas, can be said to be changing in the past two years. It is getting better and better for hometown development, and Xiaobian is happy. The changes from the small hometown can also reflect the changes in the lives of Chinese farmers.
The story is very long, listen to me slowly.
When Xiaobian was very young, my grandfather and grandfather were all local farmers. The only way to produce in the countryside was to plant land. At that time, the land had just been repatriated to the state. Every household had just been assigned to the land. It relied on the food products produced in the crop fields to feed the family. The food that could not be eaten could be sold for a few cents.
At that time, the labor force was the standard for measuring the rich and the poor. Whoever had more labor and more food produced more food, and the food was richer, so the folk customs at that time were simple, and every household would not have a lazy person. The neighbors are diligent, dedicated, and passionate about the hot land. To be honest, Xiao Bian really misses the childhood at that time.
Later, people gradually discovered that farming alone can no longer meet the needs of life. Some people began to do business and do small business. These people are the first to get rich in the countryside. Most of them are more flexible and can find the so-called "business opportunities". They slowly discover that it is not the best way to make money. It is often easier to make more money.
It is also this part of the people, to drive the countryside to get rich first. Once the predecessors tasted the sweetness, they will be imitated by future generations. Slowly, the rural people began to do small business, and some of the land in the village was selectively abandoned. Not many people went to the loess to work in the same way as before.