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nolabels Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon May-26-08 11:37 PM
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92. It's inconvenient to farm and beside that work can hired out anyway
Just kidding :-)

My sister is a nurse but my brother-in-law is part of co-op farm in Kentucky. He threw in his dads four-hundred some acres with the rest (about 6,000 acres). They have this one big combine tractor they use that is all enclosed and quiet with air-conditioner, plush seating, plenty of room and a nice car stereo as standard equipment. Farming isn't what it used to be anymore. He says just about everything they do Monsanto or some other big corporation has a hand in anyway.
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