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Re: Government farm payments!!!

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Posted by sideconsole4020guy on October 10, 2012 at 19:31:48 from (

In Reply to: Government farm payments!!! posted by Jon Hagen on October 10, 2012 at 19:15:29:

I will just say that if some one has to farm 3-4000 acres to make a family income they need to go to school and learn how to better manage money and they could get by on less acres and leave some ground for younger guys to farm, this is what is wrong with the country, all those big farmers, if the didnt need to keep up with the guy down the road and have new equipment they wouldnt need all that land and those hand outs, I totally agree with JDSELLER, you are right about the payments. Its funny because the name on the top of the list in my county is my neighbor 1/2 mile away, who my dad used to work full time for and I worked during the season, they let me and my dad go because they couldnt pay us any more when they were susposidly loosing 40,000 grand a month on hogs when corn first hit $6.00 and the have got well over $1.2 million. Its so wrong all those handouts. In my opinion if a guy had land that was paid for or rented that I could make a good living and not have to work in town with only 800-1000 acres, but there again I dont care if my newest tractor would be a 55 series JD and I wouldnt need anything more than 12 row planter.


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