“There just isn’t much profit to be made on a farm these days,” says Ben Lloyd, standing his soybean field in Efland. “I don’t know but just a handful of people that’s really out making a living on a farm full time. They’ve got to be involved in something else to do that.”
“There just isn’t much profit to be made on a farm these days,” says Ben Lloyd, standing his soybean field in Efland. “I don’t know but just a handful of people that’s really out making a living on a farm full time. They’ve got to be involved in something else to do that.” Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com
“There just isn’t much profit to be made on a farm these days,” says Ben Lloyd, standing his soybean field in Efland. “I don’t know but just a handful of people that’s really out making a living on a farm full time. They’ve got to be involved in something else to do that.” Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com

Efland farmer reaps rewards of good fight

August 21, 2015 05:41 PM

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