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What happened to you? Farming experiences can be good or bad. Which did you have? Some of us have been chased by farm animals, or caught in field fires. Others have been thrown from horses and bucked by broncos. There are still more of us who started to farm as a change of lifestyle to escape the madding crowds and executive pressures. Or perhaps you have always lived on a farm and this has been your life since you can remember. What can you remember that you think our readers would like to read about? There is a story in each and every one of us, and you don't have to be a great writer to bring home your point. Come and tell us your farm story.



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