Noel Bereano
Noel Bereano voted up PJ Stein's answer

The only way a child can work on a farm is if it is a family farm. Children are given chores to do and it is often th only way a family farm can function. Plus the laws were writtien when there were a lot of family farms. It was vital to feeding our country. … Read more

Noel Bereano
Noel Bereano voted up Walt O'Reagun's answer

What do you mean by "fewer limits"?

The laws are basically ... Children can't work on farms.  (except family farms)  At least in Oregon/Washington - which is why the farms have to rely on migrant workers now, rather than paying middle/high schoolers to pick crops as they did when I was growing up.