Clifton and Ann Middleton the year we produced 1,000,000 pounds of Beef and went broke doing it.

Farm Sale Going out of Business Everything Must Sell

All of us could see the hand writing on the wall. We had grown more corn than the market wanted to buy and gone into debt for fertilizer, seed, fuel and equipment to do it. No one had enough to pay the banks back so the Selling Out sales began, they began in the winter. The crops were in, the harvest was the greatest ever and the end result was worse than the worst year anyone could remember, worse…

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