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"It's a wash. Plus, there are so many other benefits such as the money farmers get from leasing their land for windmills." Emily Baker
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"I felt comfortable that ruling would come down, ... ... I was pretty uneasy taking that money out in the first place, but I felt a stronger obligation to the farmers." David Boswell
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"How on earth could anybody stand in a field with these people and say that it's the right thing to do to dump their excess produce cheaply on a third world country? It's beyond me. But the truth is, the people responsible haven't talked to the farmers in the areas affected." Chris Martin
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"We're farmers. We put one foot in front of the other and pray the good Lord will give us enough water when we need it and our crops survive. We just have to wait and see what happens." Bob Hansen
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"All counties contiguous to the 44 identified counties will also be a part of the plan as we look to see where the best combinations fit the needs of farmers across Illinois." Bill Graff
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"They still want to rule us and they think we are not their equals. They want the Kurds to be farmers, the Shiites to be civil servants and lower-ranking army soldiers and policemen, while they rule." Attallah Zeidan
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"This provision would open up the legal system to abuse by people who may not pay taxes and would drive up farmers' costs of defending themselves. We're obviously against that." Austin Perez
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H.L. Mencken

"No one hates his job so heartily as a farmer." H.L. Mencken
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