When you work hours like this, any farmer will tell you it's hard to make time to go to the doctor.
"You spend your time caring for everybody else," said Kari. "Every animal, your farm, everything else and don't take care of yourself."
This is where the Rural Health Initiative comes in. It's a non profit organization that caters to the health care needs of farmers, their families and employees by coming right to farms in Shawano, Outagamie and Waupaca Counties.
"It was started by a group of people that went out into the community and found that there was a need for a health care service that can go to these farmers," said one Rural Health Initiative nurse.
"My dad, to this day, unless he's got an ailment, it's hard to get him to go," said Kari.