Big machinery, high-value crops lead some to plow up public rights-of-way
WORTHINGTON — Take a drive in the country these days and you may notice a changing landscape — one in which some farmers are inching their implements beyond what used to be fence rows and plowing up portions of public rights of way.
LEOTA — Keela Wieneke realized just how much she missed the farm after she and her family moved into Leota about six years ago. So, she did the one thing that could keep her connected to agriculture — she went to work on a dairy farm.
Nelson and Fannie Post, Edgerton, show their patriotic colors while watching the live entertainment at the city park during Fourth of July celebrations Saturday afternoon in Leota. (Brian Korthals/Daily Globe)
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