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Thu Mar 13, 2014 03:27 PM CDT

A large sign in Kevin and Andy Paap's farm shop, near Lake Crystal, Minn., makes clear the family's oft-expressed mantra. Inherited from Kevin's grandfather's shop, now situated above the workbench, it reads in bright red letters: "Please put it back."

As president of the Minnesota Farm Bureau, Kevin is a busy man, constantly on the road from St. Paul to Washington, D.C., and to destinations overseas. All that plane time is in addition to running his southern Minnesota corn and soybean operation.

Organization and efficiency is key to his life. Searching for misplaced ...

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