As a farmer, DST is a joke, the sun dictates the animals, and their cycles.
Changing actually causes more work adapting schedules an hour for the animals. The changeover can last a month as animals need to now adapt to the constraints of modern society. (Or farmers have to live an hour off everyone else, and that won't work well long term)
As an example: during the winter let's say a dinner with friends is planned for 6pm. The end of day for the animals is about 5pm -ish. They get fed at 4:30 or 5, and dinner plans are kept, all is well.
Changing for DST, same dinner plans. Now the end of day for the animals has jumped an hour to about 6pm -ish, and plans collide, friends don't understand, and changes have to be made, some animals cannot change eating habits that easily, so it takes a month to either transition them, or continue to try to adapt human plans around the new times that the animals need.
I want one time, I can make either regular or DST work, but the time change for farmers with livestock is a huge hassle.
I'll quit ranting now.