AgDay Daily Recap -November 23, 2017

November 23, 2017 02:57 AM
 
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TODAY ON AGDAY
NOVEMBER 23, 2017


OPEN
I'M JOHN LANGEMAN WITH JOHN DEERE. LIKE MOST AMERICANS WE WERE HEARTBROKEN BY THE IMPACT OF RECENT HURRICANES AND WILDFIRES BUT AMAZED AT THE WAY PEOPLE STEPPED UP TO HELP EACH OTHER. NOWHERE IS THIS MORE EVIDENT THAN IN FARM COMMUNITIES. THAT'S WHY JOHN DEERE IS PROUD TO SPONSOR HARVEST OF THINGS AND THAT'S WHY WE DONATED $1 BILLION TO DISASTER RELIEF LAST MONTH. WORKING TOGETHER WE CAN REPAIR AND REBUILD. THAT'S WHAT WE DO ON BEHALF OF JOHN DEERE AND OUR DEALERS. I JUST WANT TO SAY THANK YOU.

KANSAS WILDFIRES
HELLO I'M CLINTON GRIFFIN AND I'M TYNE MORGAN. THANKS FOR JOINING US ON THIS BRISK FALL DAY.

IT'S A COLD ONE TODAY WELL YOU KNOW HARVEST IS NOT ONLY A TIME TO GIVE THANKS.  IT'S ALSO A TIME TO REFLECT ON ANOTHER YEAR OF HARD WORK IN 2017 WAS A YEAR FULL OF NOT ONLY BLESSINGS BUT STRUGGLES AS WELL. YEAH FROM RAGING WILDFIRES TO UNFORGIVING HURRICANES THOSE IN MOTHER NATURE'S PATH WILL FOREVER REMEMBER SUCH A CHALLENGING YEAR. BUT AFTER THE FIRE. AND AFTER THE STORMS THE HEARTLAND TRIUMPH FARMERS AND RANCHERS PROVE THAT NO MATTER THE OBSTACLES OF MOTHER NATURE. IT'S AN INDUSTRY FULL OF SO MUCH GRIT AND SO MUCH HEART. IT WAS A HISTORIC YEAR FOR WILDFIRES. JUST THREE QUARTER OF THE WAY THROUGH 2017 USDA ANNOUNCED ITS WILD FIREFIGHTING EFFORTS. TOP TWO BILLION DOLLARS MAKING IT THE COSTLIEST WILDFIRE YEAR EVER. THE HEARTBREAKING WILDFIRE STORY LAUNCHED IN MARCH AS A HISTORIC WILDFIRE BURNED 1.5 MILLION ACRES IN TEXAS KANSAS AND OKLAHOMA. AND THE NUMBERS ARE STARTLING. WITH MORE THAN 10000 HEAD OF CATTLE PERISHED FROM THE WILDFIRES AND MORE THAN 18000 MILES OF FENCE LOST DUE TO FEROCIOUS FLAMES WHILE HEALING IS HAPPENING THE SCARS ARE STILL THERE BOTH ON THE LAND AND ON THE LIVES WHO FOUGHT HARD TO SAVE THEIR PROPERTY LIVESTOCK AND HOMES. IT'S BEEN ROUGHLY 10 MONTHS SINCE THESE MASSIVE FIRES SCORCHED THE SOUTHERN PLAINS. THE AREA IS REBUILDING. LIFE IS MOVING ON BUT THE EXPERIENCES OF THAT DISASTER REMAIN RAW. BETSY. IT WAS A HISTORIC NIGHT AT. JUST TRIED TO SAVE THE PEOPLE. AND THEN AFTER THE FIRE WENT THROUGH AND WE GOT SOME HELP THEN WE WENT BACK TO SEE WHAT WAS LEFT. WE HAD NEVER LOST A HOUSE TO A GRASS FIRE UNTIL THAT DAY AND I THINK WE LOST 15. AND THIS HOUSE WE COULD PROTECT. WE HAD TO BYPASS IT TO GO TO TOWN.  EVERYTHING THAT WE SEE HERE AND IT PRETTY MUCH KILLED ALL OF OUR HEROES OK THIS IS SOME DONATED HAY THAT CAME IN ABOUT PROBABLY A MONTH AFTER THE FIRE. THIS IS JUST STACKYARD. THIS IS ONE OF MANY THAT WE HAVE SCATTERED AROUND THE COUNTY FOR ANYONE THAT NEEDS IT. MOST PEOPLE STAYED. BUT WE WE DID HAVE SOME THAT LARRY. AND HERE WE ARE PULLING UP TO THE FIREHOUSE. THIS WAS OUR BASE THROUGH THE WHOLE WHOLE FIRE. I JUST WANT OUR OUR VOLUNTEERS TO GET THEIR DAY. I AM EXTREMELY PROUD. WE GOT A GUY FROM OUR YOUNGEST IS 18 OR OLDER. MAYBE IN HIS 70S. AND THEY NEVER BACKED UP. WE HAVE STARTED REBUILDING THE HERD. I'VE HAD SOME DONATED. I'VE PURCHASED SOME COWS. THREE OPTIONS. THAT'S THE WAY I'VE DONE MINE. WE JUST TALKED ABOUT THE FIRE AND EVERYTHING HERE. WE JUST VOLUNTEERED TO COME HERE AND HELP THESE PEOPLE. THE THING IS PRETTY CHALLENGING BUT WE'RE ACTUALLY WE'RE GAINING ON IT. WE FEEL SMILE YESTERDAY AND THE DAY BEFORE. ] IT'S JUST OLD COUNTRY BUT WE HAVE HOPE TO HAVE IT ALL DONE BY EARLY SPRING OR OR MAYBE EVEN BY THE FIRST OF THE YEAR. WE'RE PROUD TO BE HERE. I WAS VERY PROUD. OF AMERICA AND THE WAY THAT THEY CAME IN AND HELPED US OUT. BUT NOT ONLY DID THEY BRING HEY THEY BROUGHT HOME AND THIS FIRE. IT AS A LARGE FIRE AND IT WAS A REALLY MEAN FIRE IT MOVED FAST AND DIDN'T CARE WHAT IT BURNED. BUT. I THINK THAT WE SHOULD BE THANKFUL FOR BEING WHERE WE'RE AT TODAY. IT'S BEEN A IT'S BEEN A REALLY GOOD BATTLE FOR YOU.

TEASE
WHEN WE COME BACK WE'LL MEET A TEXAS MAN WHO RISKED HIS OWN LIFE TO HELP SAVE LIVES AND BUILDINGS IN THE PATH OF THE FIRE. BUT IN THE END HE WAS THE ONE WHO NEEDED HELP. I'LL SHARE HIS STORY NEXT.

CODY GRAVES
THE WIND IS AN EVER PRESENT COMPANION AMONG THE HARD LANDSCAPES OF THE NORTHERN PANHANDLE OF TEXAS AS GUST RIPPLES SOFTLY ACROSS AN ENDLESS CARPET OF GRASS. CODY GRAVES IS STILL STANDING IN THE MEMORIES OF MARCH. THE WIND WAS HOWLING. I MEAN IT SAYS TO BLACKWALL. CODY A WORKING COWBOY. TEXAS IS ALSO A VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER. EVERYBODY WOKE UP THE WHOLE THE FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLED EACH OTHER AND SAID KEEP YOUR EYES OUT BECAUSE THIS IS NOT A GOOD NIGHT. THE HUMIDITY WAS THE ROOM THE WIND WAS BLOWING 45 50 MILES AN HOUR. GOOD RAINS BROUGHT GOOD GRASS LAST SPRING AND PLENTY OF FUEL FOR THE FURY THAT WOULD FOLLOW. AND I SAY THAT FIRE. BUT IT WAS A WAYS AWAY FROM US FOR A LITTLE BIT THAT WAY AND CHANGED. AND THEN THAT'S WHEN OUR FIRE IT WE GOT COLD OUT. IT WAS. TERRIBLE. THERE WAS TORNADOES IN THE. FIRE EVEN VISIBLE FROM PASSENGER PLANES ABOVE THE FIRE NOW RACING ACROSS THE PRAIRIE. SO THERE IS NO WAY WE CAN DO ANYTHING ABOUT THIS. WE CAN GET 100 TRUCKS AND STUFF IS FUN ANYWAY. DOING ALL THEY COULD SAVING HOUSES CUTTING FENCES SPRING LIVESTOCK ALL WHILE NEARLY LOSING THEIR OWN FIRE STATION IN THE PROCESS. MASTER LOCK THAT WAS ON THAT STORAGE BUILDING. THAT'S FOR. PEOPLE THAT'S BEEN FIRED. FIRE LOWERED I HAVE FOR SCARED AND DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TO DO. THE HOURS IN THE ACRES BURNED ON THAT FIRE STARTED MONDAY AND IT WAS. TUESDAY MORNING AT ABOUT THREE O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING AND WE GOT CALLED TO ANOTHER FIRE IN THE SMOKE AND THE TIREDNESS CODYS FIRE TRUCK SLIPPED OFF AN EMBANKMENT. IT KIND OF JARRING. IT WAS. HURTING. PRETTY BAD. BUT WE DIDN'T STOP. FIFTEEN HOURS LATER THOSE TRUCKS WERE PARKED BUT CODY'S NEXT STEPS WOULD BE HIS HARDEST. WAS ABOUT A WEEK. AFTER THE FIRE. I WAS COULDN'T WALK VERY WELL. IT WAS JUST WASN'T SLEEP. IN SCHOOL. WAS SICK. OUT. HERE WE ARE. HIS DIAGNOSIS. SEVERE DAMAGE TO HIS SPINE. A PROBLEM THAT'S NOT NEW. AS A YOUNG MAN AN ACCIDENT LEFT HIM IN A SIMILAR SITUATION. DOCTORS SAID HE'D LIKELY NEVER WALK AGAIN. WILL HE PROVE THEM WRONG. THIS TIME SEEMS DIFFERENT. HIS BACK IS ENTANGLES HIS COWBOYS DOING MORE SITTING THAN ROPING. WALKING IS HARD WORKING AND RIDING IMPOSSIBLE. TRYING TO. FIND PEACE. YOU KNOW IT'S KIND OF HARD. YOU CAN'T GO OUT AND PLAY WITH KIDS. THE. BOYS ARE TAKEN CARE OF. HE PASSES THE TIME WITH HIS HAND. REFLECTING ON THE FIRES STILL BURNING THROUGH HIS THOUGHTS KNOWING HE'S THE LUCKY ONE. FRIENDS ONE NIGHT KILLED AND. I KNEW THE KIDS THAT KILLED OUTSIDE LIVES. IT WAS A TRAGIC DEAL. THERE'S. NEAR THE FIRE TAKING LIVES. HE WAS TO GET IT DONE MORE AND HELPED MORE AND YET HELP HAS LIFTED HIS SPIRITS. I MEAN IT WAS. IT WAS VERY HUMBLING AND I MEAN A GROWN MAN CRIME. AND. PEOPLE THAT. YOU KNOW USUALLY HELP OTHER PEOPLE DIDN'T KNOW HOW TO TAKE IT HOME AND AWAY YOU KNOW. IT MAKES YOU PROUD. TO LIVE IN THIS COUNTRY. SEEING. ALL THE PEOPLE THAT COME TOGETHER. A COMMUNITY HELPING TO RESTORE LIVES SUPPORTING EACH OTHER REBUILDING THE FUTURE. LIKE THE RAINS THAT SOAKED THESE BLACKENED FIELDS. THAT SPIRIT HELPS NEW LIFE SPRING FORTH.

TEASE
ROOTED AND RESILIENT JUST FIVE MONTHS LATER TEXAS WAS HIT AGAIN THIS TIME WITH WATER. WE HAVE THE STORY OF PERSEVERANCE AND HOPE. NEXT.

HURRICANE HARVEY IN TEXAS
WELCOME BACK. HURRICANE HARVEY WAS RELENTLESS. MORE THAN 50 INCHES OF RAIN FELL NEAR HOUSTON. IN TOTAL 27 TRILLION GALLONS OF WATER DUMPED ON THE LAND WITH A BUMPER COTTON CROP SETTING IN THE FIELDS AS THE CATASTROPHE UNFOLDED. WASHED AWAY HOPES OF A BOUNTIFUL YEAR BUT IT DIDN'T DROWN OUT AG'S SPIRIT OF SURVIVAL. YOU GOT A STREET OR TWO OFF THE MAIN ROAD AND IT JUST LOOKS LIKE A WAR ZONE. WE'VE HAD YOU KNOW I GUESS STORMS AND HURRICANES BUT NOTHING'S EVER BEEN LIKE THIS THAT I CAN REMEMBER. THIS WAS NO LITTLE STORM STOP AND YOU LOOK AT IT IT'S DEFINITELY HISTORIC. THOSE INDIVIDUALS THAT THOUGHT THAT THEY WERE OUT OF HARM'S WAY ENDED UP HAVING TO EVACUATE THEMSELVES OUT OF THEIR HOMES GET THEIR FAMILIES TO SAFETY AND THEN THEY HAD TO DEAL WITH THEIR LIVESTOCK. THAT IS THE LIFEBLOOD OF THIS COMMUNITY IS AGRICULTURE. THIS IS. KIND OF HIM. I THINK. THE DEPTH OF WATER GOT. IN THE HOUSE. ALL THE WAY UP HERE TO THIS LAW. SO. THAT WAS WHAT SOME TWO. I HAVE ALWAYS TOLD YOU THAT. IF YOU WANT TO SAVE THE BADLANDS COMING. FEELS FAR ABOVE NORMAL. WHAT WE COULD DO SOMETHING WAS OVER STREAMS SOME TWO INTO TAKE WATER AND I'VE HAD MEALS AT THAT LEVEL BUT NOT OVER BASICALLY EVERYTHING. THAT'S GROWN. THAT'S THE BIG DIFFERENCE. TALK TO THE FARMERS THEY SAY THIS IS THE PROBLEM OF A DECADE FOR THEM. THAT'S REALLY THE CROP OF FOLKS WHO CAN MAKE A PROFIT ON THIS YEAR. RIGHT UP UNTIL THIS HAPPENED. IT'S ALWAYS ALWAYS GOOD TO MAKE A CROP AND ALL THAT. ALL THE COTTON IN THE COUNTY WAS. REALLY GOOD EXCEPT IT WAS GOING TO BE A FIRST KNOW. AS CAN BE WHAT IT IS. I'VE GOT SOME FIELDS. WE DIDN'T GET TO. THEY APPEARED TO BE PICKED UP AFTER THIS GOT SUBMODULES TOTALLY DESTROYED IN THE FIELD. YOU HEAR THE ROAR. KIND OF WALK OUTSIDE AND LOOK UP IN THOSE TREES AREN'T LEANING ONE WAY OR THE OTHER. THEY'RE LITERALLY SWIRLING AT THE TOP ALMOST LIKE WHAT WOULD BE IN THE TORNADO. AND IF YOU'VE SEEN CATTLE AS I KNOW YOU HAVE WHEN THEY GET INTO THOSE KIND OF WINDS THEY KIND OF TURN FACING. VERY VERY RESILIENT SPECIES AND BREED. WE HAVE A LOT OF STRANDED CATTLE A LOT OF THESE CANDIDATES SWAM A MILES SOME OF THEM TO FIND HIGH GROUND AND THEY CAN'T MOVE ANY FURTHER. SO WE'VE GOT TO GET SOME HAY TO THEM INTO THOSE AREAS. WE HAVE A TREMENDOUS GROUP OF DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS THAT HAVE COME IN FROM ACROSS TEXAS AND SOME OF THEM ACROSS THE UNITED STATES. IT'S THE TEXAS WAY. YOU KNOW YOU'RE FRIENDLY YOU HELP PEOPLE. YOU DO WHAT YOU CAN FOR ANYBODY NO MATTER IF THEY'RE YOUR FRIEND YOUR NEIGHBOR A STRANGER OR ANYTHING ELSE AND THE WHOLE FAMILY SO. WE'RE ALL GOOD. THIS IS. OUR OWN.

FIX. OUR THANKS TO TEXAS FARM BUREAU FOR THAT PIECE. WELL HURRICANE HARVEY DEFINITELY LEFT ITS MARK WITH 200 MILLION DOLLARS OF DAMAGES JUST TO CROPS AND LIVESTOCK IN THE STATE.

TEASE
AND YOU KNOW MOTHER NATURE WASN'T DONE JUST TWO WEEKS LATER ANOTHER MASSIVE HURRICANE HIT FLORIDA. WE HAD THERE NEXT.

HURRICANE IRMA IN FLORIDA
IT'S AN EMOTIONAL HOLIDAY SEASON FOR CITRUS GROWERS IN SOUTHWEST FLORIDA IN SEPTEMBER HURRICANE IRMA WIPED OUT MONTHS OF FARMERS EFFORTS IN A MATTER OF HOURS. A CRUSHING SCENE IN THE SMALL TOWN OF LA BELLE ROSE OF CITRUS TREES BENT OVER FROM HURRICANE FORCE WINDS. BRANCHES SNAPPED AND FRUIT STILL ON THE GROUND. I HAD A BEAUTIFUL CROP MY BUYERS WERE ALL EXCITED EVERYBODY'S EXCITED. BEAUTIFUL CLEAN NICE. AND THEN THE STORM CAME. MARTIN MASON STARTED IN THE CITRUS BUSINESS SHORTLY AFTER RETIRING. THAT WAS 2011. SIX YEARS LATER HIS FIRST CROP OF 40 ACRES IN RUINS. I HATE TO ADMIT THIS BUT DURING THIS STORM I GOT ON MY ELEVATOR AND DROVE OUT AND I COULD SEE THE TREES LAND OVER AND I KNEW WHAT IT WAS LIKE. IT'S JUST DEVASTATING. WE'VE LOST PROBABLY THREE TO 4000 BOXES. IT'S VERY SAD IN THE MORNING THEY COME OUT AND LOOK AT IT JUST DOWN THE ROAD. A SIMILAR STORY ABOUT NINE O'CLOCK WHEN IT DID SUBSIDE. I WENT OUT AND CERTAINLY YOU COULD REALLY TELL. EVEN IN THE DARK OF RATS SHORTLY AFTER IT I COULD TELL IT WAS GOING TO BE GOOD THE NEXT MORNING FROM PROBABLY BELOW 60 PERCENT ON SOME OF MY VALENCIA LATE SEASON ORANGES TO PROBABLY 80 PERCENT ON SOME OF THE EARLY SEASON ORANGES THAT WERE MORE MATURE. BIGGER A DEVASTATING SITUATION FOR LIFETIME FARMER WAYNE SIMMONS WHO SAYS THEY HAD FINALLY TURNED A CRER AFTER A DECADE OF BATTLING CITRUS GREENING. THEY THOUGHT WE'D BETTER HAVE A BETTER CROP THAT WE WOULD MAYBE START PLATEAU AND MAYBE INCREASE AND SO WE'RE VERY OPTIMISTIC IN INDUSTRY. BUT AFTER THIS IT'S IT'S REALLY BEEN TOUGH. AND THE TOUGH TIMES AREN'T OVER 90 95 PERCENT OF OUR EXPENSES IN THIS CROSS. AND THEN TO SEE ALL OUR INCOME HIT THE GROUND FROM THE STORM SO WE'RE BASICALLY GOING TO HAVE TO CURE THESE GROWS PROBABLY FOR AT LEAST ANOTHER 18 MONTHS AT A MINIMUM. WITH NO INCOME TO SPEAK OF. UNFORTUNATELY THE CROP INSURANCE IS NOT GEARED TO FLORIDA TO CITRUS. IT'S MORE GEARED TO THE MIDWEST. CORN SOY BEANS AND COTTON AND THOSE ROAD CROP VARIETIES. SO YOU KNOW WE'RE PROBABLY ONLY GOING TO GET. T NO MORE THAN 25 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. AFTER ALL THIS THE HUGE FINANCIAL LOSS THE STRESS THE RECOVERY WORK THE RESILIENCE KEEPS THEM MOVING FORWARD AND INTO HARVEST. I'M A FARMER. I'M NOT GOING TO. RUN AWAY FROM. STEADFAST AND GRATEFUL IN THE RESOLVE. I'M THANKFUL FOR MY FAMILY FOR FOR BEING A PART OF GOD'S STEWARD AND. WHAT HE'S GIVEN ME AND YOU KNOW IT'S THE KIND OF EMOTIONAL ABOUT IT. BUT I'VE KIND OF GREAT.

TEASE
WITH SO MUCH HEARTACHE IN THE HEARTLAND. WE HAVE THOUGHTS ON PERSEVERANCE. JOHN PHIPPS JOINS US NEXT.

JOHN PHIPPS MESSAGE ABOUT PIE
ONE OF MY EARLIEST AND MOST CHERISHED MEMORIES OF MY GRANDMOTHER WAS STANDING BESIDE HER IN HER KITCHEN ONE WINTER AFTERNOON AS SHE MADE PIES. A DEAR FRIEND OF HERS HAD DIED UNEXPECTEDLY AND SHE WAS MAKING PIES TO TAKE TO THE FAMILY. HER PIES WERE LEGENDARY AND NOT JUST OF ME HER NUMBER ONE FAN. WHAT STRUCK THIS ENGINEER TO BE MOST STRONGLY WAS HOW SHE COULD DO IT SEEMINGLY AUTOMATICALLY NO RECIPES OR MEASURING OR WASTED MOTION. ON THIS OCCASION THOUGH. I LOOKED UP TO SEE TEARS OF GRIEF'S SLIDE DOWN HER FLOWER COVERED CHEEK AS SHE WORKED. I WAS TOO YOUNG TO FULLY UNDERSTAND HER LOSS OF COURSE HER FRIEND WAS JUST ANOTHER OLD LADY IN THE CHURCH WHICH I NOW REALIZE THAT SOMEONE IN HER 50S. EVEN AT THAT AGE. IT HURT TO SEE MY GRANDMOTHER SO SAD. I ASK HER HOW SHE COULD WORK WHEN SHE FELT SO BAD. I RECALL HER REPLIED JOHNNY. IT IS WHEN YOU HEARD THAT WORKING TO HELP OTHERS IS THE BEST THING YOU CAN DO. BESIDES I'VE NEVER HAD ANYBODY SAY NO TO A PIE. HEARTS HAVE BEEN BROKEN BY FIRE AND WATER THIS YEAR FROM PUERTO RICO TO MONTANA FROM HOUSTON TO SANTA ROSA. TOO MANY AMERICANS HAVE FACED PAINFUL LOSSES FIRSTHAND OR LIKE MY GRANDMOTHER. THROUGH THE BONDS OF FRIENDSHIP NEIGHBORHOOD OR CAN. MODERN PSYCHOLOGY IS OFTEN SUGGESTED GRIEF COUNSELING AND OTHER TALKING CURES TO HELP VICTIMS ADJUST AND MOVE PAST DESPAIR AS USEFUL AS SUCH EFFORTS MAY BE. MANY EXPERTS ARE ADDING SOMETHING LIKE PIE MAKING ACTION AND MOVEMENT TO START THE EMOTIONAL RECOVERY PROCESS IN A WAY FARMERS WHO LOADED UP PAY FOR HUNGRY CATTLE AND DESPERATE FARMERS WERE MAKING PIES OF THEIR OWN IN THE PROCESS. CONSOLATION WAS POURED OUT ON SURVIVOR AND DONOR ALIKE. THERE WILL BE A TIME AHEAD TO SHARE AND PROCESS THOSE PAINFUL MEMORIES AND WE SHOULD ALWAYS BE READY TO LISTEN AND ENCOURAGE. BUT I HOPE OUR INSTINCTS BECOME SHAPED BY THE PATTERN OF NOT JUST ASKING WHAT WE CAN DO WHEN DISASTER STRIKES BUT SPONTANEOUSLY DOING WHAT WE CAN DO. MAKE A PIE OF SOME SORT. AND THEN GIVE IT AWAY. WELL SAID JOHN. YOU KNOW ONE A TIME. SO MUCH DIVISIVENESS AND UNCERTAINTY. IT'S AN HONOR TO WORK IN THIS INDUSTRY AND WITH PEOPLE WHO CARE THAT THEY CARE FOR THEIR NEIGHBORS THEIR FAMILIES THEIR LAND AND THEIR FUTURES. WE'VE STOOD WITNESS TO THIS TIME AND TIME AGAIN. SO THIS HOLIDAY SEASON AS YOU GIVE THANKS FOR THE BLESSINGS IN YOUR OWN LIVES. FEEL GOOD KNOWING YOU STEPPED UP. YOU REACHED OUT AND YOU GAVE TO OTHERS. THERE'S NO SCORECARD HERE NO TALLY NO GOLDEN STICKERS. BUT WE DON'T AND WE'RE PROUD TO STAND WITH YOU IN TRIALS AND IN TRIUMPH YOUR WORDS BE EVIDENT IN THE BLESSINGS BEFORE YOU. AND AS AN INDUSTRY THAT EXEMPLIFIES BOTH THINGS AND GIVING. WELL SAID.

CLOSE
GOD BLESS AND HAVE A GREAT THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY WITH YOUR FAMILIES EVERYONE.

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