On a sunny Saturday morning, a group of teens gathered with tractors and a few adults at JJ Daly’s family farm in Bankston to experience a farming tradition of their ancestors. Plow Days were a regular part of life in an agrarian community several generations back. Farmers would join forces to make the work lighter. Today, fewer farmers, smaller farm families, more advanced machinery and modern no-till methods have caused a shift away from this time of connection and collaboration.