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Machinery Chatter
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Tue Jan 20, 2015 05:34 PM CST

Dealing with crime is just a fact of life for most, and while living in a rural area might lessen your chances of being a victim, many rural people have had crime invade their lives. Most likely the crime came in the form of burglary, theft or vandalism.

Growing up on a farm near a larger city (Omaha), my family had our fair share of issues with criminals over the years. We had an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) stolen right out from one of our farm buildings, a couple issues with vandalism and several incidents of people illegally dumping garage and/or ...

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