FARM LIFE NEWS
Russ' Vintage Iron
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Wed Aug 6, 2014 07:56 AM CDT

I received a letter in the mail the other day. I use to get many stories and photos sent to me but in recent years of writing this column I haven't gotten too many memos.

This letter was from Myron Stammen. Myron is from New Weston, Ohio, and farms and milks cows near this west-central Ohio community. His home is also just 8 miles from the plant were J&M Wagons are manufactured.

Myron wrote:

"I believe you would enjoy the contest flyer enclosed less than 3 hours from you. It takes great skill and patience. I plowed (in) years past. ...

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