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Saturday, May 05, 2012

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Sarah

Agreed! I come from a long line of farm family. My family still farms to this day with over 600 animals and 700 acres. And we will be damned if our kids don't live off and from the land... I was raised with respect, morals, and a predisposition for hardwork and dignity- which is a hell of a lot more than I can say for those Washington crooks!

Matthew

Agreed as well. I'm a farm boy, that grew up on the farm. I'm currently living on my family's homestead. It'll be a Centennial Farm in just a few years.

franklin-tn.gov

For years, Tyler Jones, a livestock farmer here, avoided telling his grandfather how disillusioned he had
become with industrial farming. The state or local community of a neighboring
chapter will decide if you can join their chapter in case there is no FFA chapter in your community.
In 1802, the first agricultural fair was instituted in
Arlington, Virginia by George Washington Parke Custis.

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