Why This Man Left His Stockbroker Job to Keep His Family's Tradition of Farming Alive

By Angeline Jane Bernabe, Good Morning America

From sunrise to sunset, many farmers work in the fields to help provide food for others to eat. While many may not think twice about where their food comes from, the farmers who gathered it, like the Lewis brothers, look at that food as a labor of love. "At three, four years old, I knew my place in this world," said Eddie Lewis III, who was raised on their family farm alongside his brothers, Hunter and Jordan Lewis. On their Lewis Farms near Lafayette, Louisiana, the brothers grow the commercial crop sugarcane.