As a young girl, no, I never, I never ever thought I’d be a farmer. I chose to get myself out there because it’s something that I loved doing and I wasn’t going to let anybody stop me from doing what I love. I was pretty tomboy. I used to do what the boys did. And then I took on my own station and ran that for many years. I was always challenged by my father, particularly in more men jobs, which was pretty hard at the time but that made me more determined. I could never really categorise myself as anything. And after a while I started to think: No I have every right to call myself a farmer because this is what I do for a living.