The Cheyenne Star, June 1, 1967 – Farmers are found in the fields, plowing up, seeding down, rotating from, planting to, fertilizing with, spraying for and harvesting it. Wives held them, little boys follow them, the agriculture department confuses them, city relatives visit them, weather can delay them; but it takes heaven to stop them. When your car stalls along the way, a farmer is a considerate, courteous, inexpensive road service.

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