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I watch you at 5-6am on KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids, IA on Saturday mornings. In regards to your comments on budget cuts, you are correct that people want them for society in general but not if it specifically affects them. Our government debt situation reminds me of a heroin addict that knows they need to quit but keep buying (to feed an unstainable lifestyle) on credit (federal deficits and trade deficits)........and the lttle voice of common sense in the background is saying the "Day of the Overdose" is coming.
First two weeks in june:Ican,t get a seat at that table either:If your organic nabe is growing weeds insted of crops,he either dos,nt have a row crop tractor and cultivator and no manure.Or he,s one of those name only organic farmers
Well said! I am an established farmer. Once something is started it would have to be fazed out to be fair to those who are not established. (as a side note)Even though I am an established, I can't even get a seat at the table to rent or buy more land.
when is the best time to sidedress corn?