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Jeanne, Top Producer Editor, grew up on a beef cattle operation in Southwest Missouri and now writes from the heart of corn country in Eastern Iowa.
Response to Anon #1 - Maybe it is just me, but I don't understand the basis of your comment or question. How does planting tobacco or cotton make me ask whether or not cargill has thought about their position? Clarify please.
Couldn't have said it more eloquently.
planting tobacco and coton is that good use of land . cargill should think before they talk or maybe they have a cigar