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Elizabeth Williams DTN Special Correspondent
Fri May 29, 2015 06:28 AM CDT

INDIANOLA, Iowa (DTN) -- At some point as you age, you realize you can't do as much as you used to. Dave Lubben, a corn, soybean, cattle producer in Monticello, Iowa, turned 60 and realized, "Physically, I can't do it all." Fortunately, the next generation of his family has the interest and skills to help him keep growing his business as he eventually takes a step back.

Lubben has just started the transition process of bringing his adult children and niece into the operation. "It's going to be a longer process than I originally envisioned. There's a lot for them ...

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