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View From the Cab
Tue Jun 25, 2013 02:31 PM CDT

LANGDON, Mo. (DTN) -- Every business faces adversity in one form or another. At the heart if it all lies profit or loss. But the business of farming may be unique among peers for both razor-thin margins and potential problems capable of cutting those margins to shreds. That's the way it is for View From the Cab farmers William "Shep" Sheppard of Louisiana, Mo., and Kane Bercaw of Union City, Mich., as they battle weather, high water and farm bill logjams in Congress.

"There was a lot of hay baled around here last week," ...

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