You know where your food comes from. If you grew up on a farm you got the experience of seeing your food grown in the field, raised in your pastures, and you see the time and effort it takes to feed the world. You never take food for granted, because you know when you search through the grocery store aisles that farmers worked very hard to get that food there. Respect.
You know the value of hard work. Whether it was bucking hay in the summers, canning food, feeding animals and cleaning stalls, running the combine, planting, tillage, and the list could go on and on- because work on the farm doesn’t stop- it doesn’t stop for weather, or holidays, or darkness, so you know how to work hard!
You get quiet mornings and beautiful sunsets. Some of the most beautiful skies can be found on the farm (in my opinion). You know how to look up and see a million stars spread across the sky where no street lights or skyscrapers get in the way of the show.
You know how to solve problems. Whether it’s the many uses for baling twine, natural bug repellent recipes, or how to tie off umbilical cords of baby goats that were just born- you know how to solve any problem that might arise. Obviously with google you can pretty much solve any problem you have (and get many different opinions!) but since you can’t always carry your phone (have you ever dropped your phone in cow manure? Even after its clean you swear you can smell that smell forever) you have an arsenal of lessons on how to solve issues on the farm. And even if you move away from the farm, you have the knowledge that any problem can be solved with a little elbow grease and creativity.
You could survive the apocalypse. You’ve got canned food, buckets for days, you know how to grow your own food, use seed bags for strainers, create makeshift shovels and hoes from re purposed metal, and use your cows manure to fertilize your growing food.