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Elizabeth Williams DTN Special Correspondent
Tue Aug 18, 2015 12:06 PM CDT

KANSAS CITY (DTN) -- Just because you pay all your bills on time does not mean you are financially stable. That was the gut-punch lesson Nebraska farmer Don Cantrell learned while farming through the 1980s.

"I had no idea how much debt was too much, and I didn't know the bank could call a loan even if your payment was current," said Cantrell of Merna, Nebraska. Now that grain agriculture appears headed for an extended rough patch, Cantrell makes sure his son and farm partner, Kyle, 36, incorporates the lessons Cantrell learned the hard way.

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