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Re: US census of Agriculture

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12-28-2012 05:46:30

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So you are a fine outstanding citizen that doesn't accept any gov. money. Do you drive on public roads? They are subsidized. I think I know who is full of horse crap!

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Traditional Farmer

12-28-2012 05:55:16

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 Re: US census of Agriculture in reply to dboll, 12-28-2012 05:46:30  
Everyone that drives a car or truck,buys license tags etc is paying their way on paying for public roads.Unlike those that drive tractors on them I might add.And the differnce is use of public roads is open to everyone all can use them so all get a benefit from them but in the case of Farm Welfare its only available to a few but all the taxpayers pony up the $$$$.

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12-28-2012 06:03:18

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 Re: US census of Agriculture in reply to Traditional Farmer, 12-28-2012 05:55:16  
Well then you better write your congressman and tell them you want some changes, NOW! License tags are a state thing, there federal funds subsidizing our roads, who inspects meat so that it is legal to sell? I am wondering what farming practices make you a "Traditional Farmer"?

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Traditional Farmer

12-28-2012 06:08:24

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 Re: US census of Agriculture in reply to dboll, 12-28-2012 06:03:18  
Last I heard there is a Federal and state tax on gas and diesel for on road use which finances the road system and most highways in the US are state maintained anyway.
Not excepting Farm Welfare makes me a REAL Farmer
not a Ward of the State.

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dboll-traditional farmer

12-28-2012 06:23:41

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 Re: US census of Agriculture in reply to Traditional Farmer, 12-28-2012 06:08:24  
next time you get sick from food that wasn't inspected (because you didn't want any gov. money in ag)let us know so we can laugh at you, you still haven't told us about your "traditional farm", I think I have one of those "traditional farms" too, I raise many of the same things my dad did,corn, soybeans, oats (no flax anymore though) I make hay off my waterways and hay fields to feed the cows. I guess after thinking about it except for some newer machinery and some new technology, many things are similar to what they were when I grew up so I guess I am a traditional farmer also!

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Traditional Farmer

12-28-2012 06:36:15

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 Re: US census of Agriculture in reply to dboll-traditional farmer, 12-28-2012 06:23:41  
I guess you're one of those hyphenated folks
Ward of the State-Farmer

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