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John Harrington DTN Livestock Analyst
Mon May 27, 2013 07:44 PM CDT

In my dream, a densely tattooed young man picks me up at Villa Bonkers en route to our family's annual Memorial Day cook-out and picnic. Though I now have to drop bread crumbs to find my way back from the bathroom, my preoccupied grandson for once finds it unnecessary to prompt my moth-eaten memory.

"Bobby, I can already smell the burgers and steaks sizzling on the grill. Get ready to see an old, hungry horse put on the feed bag."

"My name is Ethan," he corrects, pushing ear buds deeper into his oblivious skull. "Yeah, my Dad told me this ...

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