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staus quo

where do people get the idea from that I am asking for status quo

Started Oct 22, 2009

 

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Farm Livestock, Farm Crops, Agri-Business

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At 11:51am on November 20, 2009, Wayne Black said…
Thanks for posting your remarks about the Young Farmer Dialogue Tour.
At 9:43am on October 16, 2009, Wayne Black said…
Rein- your comment about farm house severances speaks volumes about the difference between, what I would call a real farmer, and a person who wants to farm.
That may be why, locally, we do not see the want for severances. A local cashcropper even tears the houses down instead of severing. He values the dirt - not the house.
 
 
 

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