"Well . . . people can get a high, should I dare use that term, from different things and different people seek it in different ways. And I really think that’s what keeps most farmers farming . . .
It is a big charge to go out and turn the soil in the spring
. . . and you wait, and then all of a sudden you see a whole row of these little beans or little corn and spears sticking up. And there’s just a charge, a high, or whatever you want to call it that’s just unmatched, I do believe. I think that’s what keeps most farmers every year."