Farmer George Caroler by Byers' Choice
George Washington considered himself first and foremost a farmer. Throughout his life, he studied and implemented improved farming methods.
While his initial interest in farming was driven by his own needs to earn a living and improve Mount Vernon, in later years Washington realized his leadership and experimentation could assist all American farmers.
One of George Washington's masterful farming innovation was a 16-sided barn designed for treading wheat -- his most important cash crop. This barn was designed in 1792 to protect the precious wheat from the rain and mud,
Our exclusive farmer George Byers' Choice caroler is handsomely dressed in a white cotton shirt, velvet pants and a navy blue felt jacket. He is also wearing a tri-cornered hat and holding a bag of wheat, a messenger bag, a wicker basket and a bamboo rake. The perfect gentleman farmer!
- Caroler is approximately 14" tall
- Handcrafted in Pennsylvania
- Makes a beautiful pair with our exclusive gardening Martha caroler